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Augustus Saint-Gaudens had long been known to me as the sculptor who designed and the famous $20 gold coin known as the Saint-Gaudens double eagle which is considered by many to be the most beautiful US coin ever minted but I knew little else about...More
We used our Senior National Park Pass to visit this National Historic Site. We visited because of Saint-Gaudens' highly sought-after gold coins. However, we did not feel there was enough information regarding this aspect of his life. We spent 1 hour and 30 minutes visiting...More
After Reading Sargent’s Women, we decided to take a road trip from Newport to Boston in order to see the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and then up to New Hampshire to see Saint- Gaudens National Park. What a fun two days. The park is wonderful...More
Nice drive and nice setting. Lots of history and art too see. Self guided tours. Except house. Lots of statues. And reliefs like The Shaw Memorial. Nice country lane drive to it in fall colors. Very well worth the time.
Superbly maintained by National Park Service.
Original home of sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
Preliminary introductory film provides excellent background on the man, his works, and the estate. Illustrates the personification of the American dream where the son of a perceptive French immigrant cobbler became one of...More
Saint-Gaudens is perhaps one of the most significant sculptors in American art history. But he is forgotten, or perhaps not known, by much of the public.
This presentation of his home, gardens and studios is inspiring. There are pieces here that put a lump in...More
This was a totally unexpected visit. We had never heard of Saint-Gaudens. it is a National Historic Site managed by the NPS. We had our NPS pass and used it for admission. A lawn concert was going on when we first arrived so we toured...More