Weekly Tours & Programs
Some tours, including that of Aspet, are subject to staff availability and may occasionally be canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. Please call ahead (603-675-2175) if you are coming for a particular tour, or to see a specific sculpture or area of the park. Check the Calendar.
► Family & Friends, Civil War, Womens and Gilded Age Tours - 11am & 2pm daily, tours vary on which days they are presented. The Process of Sculpture Tour will be at 12:30pm daily.
► Family & Friends - 45 minutes
Augustus' family and friends played instrumental roles in shaping who he became and how he is remembered. Join us and meet some of the players in his intimate pack.
► Civil War Monuments - 45 minutes
Commemorating the heroes of America’s bloody internal conflict dominated Saint-Gaudens public work. Experience the impact of these sculptures, and hear the stories that went into their making.
► Womens Tour - 45 minutes
Get to know the Gilded Age women who lived, loved, and worked alongside America’s greatest sculptor, inspiring his work and creating their own.
►Gilded Age Tours - 45 minutes
Augustus Saint Gaudens in the Gilded Age: In a time where a handful of people flourished and many struggled, Saint Gaudens established himself as America's foremost sculptor and thrived. Join us and find out how.
► Process of Sculpture - 15 minutes
Saint-Gaudens was both a master of his craft and an innovator in his time. Learn about his process and the techniques he used to produce his sculptural masterworks.
►Self-Guided Tour of ASPET - 10-11:45am & 1-4pm; Subject to staffing availability
Explore the home of Augustus, Augusta and Homer Saint-Gaudens at your own pace, with staff present to answer questions. Because of the size of the house, only 12 people at a time can be admitted in the house at one time.
The first floor of the home is open and the parlors and dining room contain all of the original furnishings. The upstairs rooms are not open to the public. None of Saint-Gaudens' artwork is exhibited in the house.
*** Please note - unfortunately, Aspet is not wheelchair accessible.