Visit the home of one of America’s greatest sculptors and see more than 100 works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ art in his studios and gardens, from heroic monuments to expressive portraits to the intricate gold coins he designed, changing the look of American money. Take a guided tour of the grounds, enjoy an outdoor concert or star party, walk the site’s nature trails, or indulge in a sculpture class at this stately New England campus.
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