This Quirky New Hampshire Sculpture Garden is The Perfect Place To Visit This Spring

When you think of boundary-pushing sculpture installations, you might immediately imagine them in stark, modern museums in New York City or Los Angeles. You probably wouldn’t think of a remote mountaintop in New Hampshire – but as a matter of fact, that’s where you’ll find one of the most unique art installations you’ve ever encountered.

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You can find the Andres Institute of Art at 106 Route 13, Brookline, NH. It’s open every day from dawn to dusk! Learn more at the institute’s website or Facebook page.

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