There are no food services or vending machines at the park. Full service restaurants are located in Windsor, Vt. (2 miles west), West Lebanon, N.H. (12 miles north), and Claremont, N.H. (12 miles south). Deli services for sandwiches, are located at convenience stores on Rt. 12 A in Cornish (2 miles south) and Plainfield (4 miles north).
A drinking fountain and a new water bottle filling station, are located in the Visitor Center. Picnic tables are located near the main parking lot and the Visitor Center.
Because of limitations with the historic structures and landscape, certain buildings and areas of the site unfortunately are not wheelchair accessible. These include Aspet, the Ravine Studio, the Picture Gallery, the Formal Gardens and the nature trails. Pathway surfaces between buildings include grass, brick, mulch, asphalt and gravel. Grades are slight to moderate. There are numerous benches located in and around the buildings. We regret that there are no wheelchairs available for loan.
The introductory film (17 minutes) is shown with open captioning.
For more information, please contact the park (603) 675-2175 x106
Bicycles and Motorized Vehicles
The grounds and nature trails are closed to bicycles and motorized vehicles year round. Mobility impaired visitors may use motorized wheelchairs and Segway scooters. Segway scooters, however, are not permitted inside park buildings, including the Atrium and the Little Studio Pergola. Use of Segway scooters is only permitted for mobility impaired visitors.
Because of potential damage to museum collections, backpacks are not permitted in the exhibit buildings.
Photography with handheld cameras is pernitted in most exhibit buldings unless indicated
by signage. Use of tripods is not permitted in buildings except by prearrangement
Information about the School Group Reservation Form, visit materials, weather conditions, etc. can be found at the Plan a Field Trip page.
Camping and overnight parking are not permitted in the park. Camping and RV facilities are located in nearby communities, such as Ascutney, Vermont (8 miles).