Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park

National Park Service, New Hampshire.

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors lived here seasonally starting in 1885, and year-round 1900 until his death in 1907. Experience the park grounds, where several of Saint-Gaudens bronze sculptures are on view throughout the year, & trails wind through the woods. Learn more about the park.

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Directions

From West Lebanon, NH, (at Exit 20 of Interstate Rt 89) take Route 12A south for about 12 miles, Saint-Gaudens Road will be on the left. Proceed up Saint-Gaudens Road .5 miles. The parking lot will be on your right. From Windsor, Vermont, For passenger vehicles, take bridge Street cross the Connecticut River via the covered bridge. Caution: the bridge is closed to RVs, trucks and busses. At the end of the covered Bridge in New Hampshire, turn left. Saint Gaudens Road will be on you right in one mile.

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