Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park | ART STUDIOS

Entrance to the New Gallery and Atrium

Entrance to the New Gallery and Atrium

Attractions at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park include two of Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ original art studios that now house a collection of his artworks, a gallery that hosts contemporary art exhibitions, and a studio used by the park’s Artist in Residence. All are open from Memorial Day weekend until October 31st between the hours of 9 AM and 4:30 PM. Visitors to the park are welcome inside on their own or as a participant on one of the Art Tours given by park Rangers.

See the following web pages for more information:

Little Studio

New Gallery and Atrium

Picture Gallery

Ravine Studio

Though not an art gallery, there is a collection of antique carriages located in the Stable and Carriage House.

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Last updated on June 15, 2020
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