Sculpting Memories

Your National Park for the Arts preserves the home and studio of sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907). Here stories flow through a landscape of inspiration. Discover the history behind the captivating bronze sculptures and enjoy the beauty of art and nature. The park and its partners continue the tradition of the Cornish Colony of artists. Unleash your creativity today.

people in front of Civil War sculpture in the winter
Visiting the Park

Park buildings are closed until May 2024, but grounds are open during daylight hours. Lean about visiting the park during the off-season.

small art studio in woods
Calling Figurative Sculptors

Applications are open for the 2024 sculptor-in-residence program until January 5, 2024.

A ranger with three children
A Ranger Again

Bob Widger was a seasonal ranger at the park in 1972. This year he returned. Read Ranger Bob's #MyParkStory.

Black and white photograph of Augustus Saint-Gaudens in his early thirties.
Who was Augustus Saint-Gaudens?

The sculptor helped cast an American identity.

antique map of northeastern section of United States
Where's the Bronze?

Explore the public monuments by Augustus Saint-Gaudens across the world through this interactive map.

Civil War memorial behind small American flags in ground
Voices of the Shaw/54th Memorial

New scholarship expands the story of the Robert Gould Shaw and Massachusetts 54th Regiment Memorial

Last updated: November 7, 2023

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139 Saint Gaudens Road
Cornish, NH 03745



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