Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

Center for the State of the Parks: Park Assessments

Published September 2004


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Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site (NHS) consists of 148 acres and includes the home, studios, and gardens of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), one of America's foremost sculptors. Located in Cornish, New Hampshire, Saint-Gaudens NHS also educates visitors about the "Cornish Colony" and its contributions to American art and culture, the "Gilded Age" and its effects on American art and culture, and the influence of Classical art on 19th century art and architecture.

At the time this report was published in September 2004, the overall condition of cultural resources at Saint-Gaudens NHS rates a "fair" score of 71 out of 100. The site has more than 8,000 works of art and more than $100,000 in outstanding art conservation needs. The park's ability to care for its resources, also known as its stewardship capacity, rates a "fair" score of 66 out of 100. The park has almost $1.5 million in deferred maintenance and rehabilitation needs.

Please download the full report to learn more about the park’s history and overall condition.

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