The upper Connecticut River valley is located in a temperate climate. While some summer days may be hot and humid, the average summer temperature ranges in the 70s and lower 80s. Temperatures in the fall are normally in the upper 60s, with evenings dropping into the upper 40s and lower 50s. Winters can be cold with daily temperatures usually in the 20s and occasionally dropping to below zero. Snow may be heavy from mid December through March.
Entrance Fee - Per Person - $10.00
An entrance fee of $10.00 per person is charged for visitors age 16 and over. The receipt is valid for seven days and may be used for re-entry to the park. Children 15 and under are always free.
Saint-Gaudens NHS Annual Pass - $40.00
An annual park pass, specifically for Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, is available for $40. As a "walk in" park, all of these passes allow the pass holder and three other adults entry to the park (must be present at the time with passholder).
At the Visitor Center you will find the information desk, restrooms, an 18 minute introductory film on Saint-Gaudens' life and the Eastern National museum shop.