Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park | OUTDOOR SCULPTURES

Shaw Memorial on the Bowling Green at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park

Shaw Memorial on the Bowling Green at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park

There are four castings of large Augustus Saint-Gaudens sculptures on the grounds of Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park. In addition, a sculpture from 1914 called The Temple now serves as the tombstone for the grave of Saint-Gaudens and many of his family members. Being outdoors, the public is welcome to see the artworks year-round from dawn to dusk. Keep in mind that park grounds are not cleared of snow during the winter.

The following are the five large outdoor sculptures within Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park:

Farragut Memorial

Colonel Robert Gould Shaw and the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Infantry Memorial

Marion Adams Memorial

Abraham Lincoln: The Man (aka Standing Lincoln)

The Temple


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Last updated on June 16, 2020
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