New Hampshire’s National Historic Park Property Is A Treasure Everyone Needs To Explore At Least Once
When you think of National Parks in America, you might imagine huge mountains with peaks to summit. While that’s true for some states, you might be surprised to know that there is a National Historic Park in New Hampshire. The state actually has its own National Park property! It’s a bit different than a traditional National Park in that it’s referred to as a “National Historic Site.” These sites are used to refer to an “officially recognized area of national historic significance in the United States.” This one in New Hampshire is beautiful and absolutely worth a visit.
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site is open year round, and the The Visitor Center, Little Studio, and New Gallery-Atrium Complex are open for visitors from from Memorial Day weekend through October 31st each year. It’s located at 139 Saint Gaudens Rd., in Cornish. Learn more about the site through the official website, including a more robust history and description of each building. You can reach them on (603) 675-2175. The entrance fee is $10.00 per person, and can be used for seven days from the day of purchase.
Have you ever visited this national historic park in New Hampshire? What did you think? Was it gorgeous? Let us know in the comments below!
While you’re exploring new things in New Hampshire, check out these awesome fall hikes located throughout the Granite State.
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Address: Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park, 139 St Gaudens Rd, Cornish, NH 03745, USA
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National Park In New Hampshire
February 24, 2022
How many state parks does New Hampshire have?
New Hampshire has 93 state parks that you can visit. They range from beach front access, to campgrounds, trails, and more. The state also has two National Park units.
What is the biggest state park in New Hampshire?
Bear Brook State Park is the largest state park in New Hampshire, coming in at over 10,000 acres. There’s hiking, camping, and even archery available at this fun state park in New Hampshire.
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