When:
Closed now

Where:
Andres Institute of Art
106 Route 13
Brookline, New Hampshire

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Art, Nature, Outside, Photoworthy

Event website:
https://andresinstitute.org/

We bring art to our community, making the experience an everyday relationship. Our purpose is to underline the interface of nature and culture in order to bring one closer and more comfortable with the works of art.


Trails are open from dawn until dusk. There is no fee to enter but donations are greatly appreciated either online or in the trailhead or studio donation boxes.


Dogs on-leash are welcome. Please clean up after your dog so we can continue welcoming them. Also, please be respectful of other visitors when bringing a dog. At events, you may be asked to move to the back of a group for the safety and comfort of all involved. 


Situated on a former ski area, there is a good bit of vertical rise on the trails. There is a paved accessway to the Studio with easier footing (and works visible from and adjacent to the road). Above the Studio, the trails around the summit are more gradual, and then there is the descent with more sculptures to pause, rest and observe. The sculpture trails are dirt and gravel, tree-covered and peaceful. Wear secure shoes to navigate the occasional tree root, gravel and stones. Plan to spend 1-2 hours – or more. It will take several visits to see all of the works.

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