|About||The official Facebook page of Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, operated by the National Park Service.|
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site's mission is to preserve, protect, and interpret the home, studios and gardens of famed American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907).
The park serves as a living memorial by promoting the arts through special events, exhibits, concerts and arts education.
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See celebrated sculptures, behold stunning views, and wander through walking trails.
Our mission is to promote the arts and serve as a living memorial to Augustus Saint-Gaudens, prominent sculptor of the Gilded Age.
- Tours of the artist's home, studio, galleries, outdoor sculpture and gardens.
- Weekly summer concert series, sculpture workshops, and special events like the Star Party and Climate Change Speaker Series.
- Guest exhibitions of contemporary art, open during visitor hours in the summer.
|Founded||Operated by the National Park Service since 1965.|