Art, history, and nature come together in Cornish, NH. Once the home of sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens and unofficial center of the Cornish Colony of artists, Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park continues to attract people from across the world.The visitor center, Little Studio, and galleries are open from 9am until 4:30pm everyday from Memorial Day weekend to October 31. Aspet, the historic house, is open during the summer season daily from 2pm to 3:45pm and most days from 10am to 11:45pm. The grounds are open all year during daylight hours. Restrooms are not available in the off-season.
Top Things to Know about Visiting
These tips will help you prepare for your next visit to the park.
Fees & Passes
Entry passes provide access to the park grounds, historic buildings, and ranger programs.
Things to Do
Learn about programs, events, and more.
Plan your route to the park.
Last updated: April 18, 2023