Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park preserves the home, studio, and grounds of American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907). A visit to the park can include a peaceful walk through the gardens, a fun art activity with a ranger, a tour through American history, and much more.
Dogs are allowed on park grounds. Please clean up after your pets and keep them on a six foot leash at all times. Only service animals may enter park buildings. To learn more about visit Pets.
The park inspires creativity and we hope that you will make the most of this serene, breathtaking setting. Please review the Guidelines for Visiting Artists to help preserve and allow others to enjoy this special place.
Reservations are required for school groups and large bus groups requesting special programming by calling 603-675-2175. Certain activities such as wedding ceremonies may require a special use permit or short-term lease, learn more at Permits & Reservations.
Things to Do
Learn about programs, events, and more.
Fees & Passes
Entry passes provide access to the park grounds, historic buildings, and ranger programs.
Discover the park's special space and works by Augustus Saint-Gaudens across the world.
Last updated: March 9, 2023