Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park features the home, studios, galleries and gardens of the 19th Century American sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Additionally, there are two wooded nature trails - one that descends into a ravine, and follows the Blow Me Up Brook, and another with access to the Blow Me Down Mill and a sycamore tree stand. The park is open from Memorial Day Weekend through October 31st. During the 'open' season, fees are charged from 9:00am - 4:30pm. Outside of these hours and during the months when the buildings are 'closed', the grounds and trails are accessible to visitors from dawn to dusk and there is no fee charged.
You are purchasing a digital site pass that is valid only for weekly or annual entrance fees at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park.
The park requires all visitors to pay an entrance fee except children under 16 years of age.
This fee covers unlimited entry for one person for seven consecutive days, beginning on the start date you select.
Please be prepared to show your site pass on your mobile device (or printed on paper).
Entrance passes are non-transferrable, non-refundable, will not be replaced if lost or stolen and will be void if altered or reproduced.
Areas of Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park have limited or no connectivity. Please download this pass to your mobile device or print a hard copy before arriving at the park.
Do you already own a pass? Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park honors the Interagency annual and lifetime passes that are valid at multiple national park and federal sites.
Are you visiting multiple parks? or compare the passes at the USGS Pass Store