Have A 4th-Grader? You Can Get Into Saint-Gaudens Historic Site For Free

Sep 3, 2015

Interior of the Little Studio at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
Credit National Park Service

Starting this month, fourth graders and their families are now able to get into the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish free of charge.

That’s thanks to the federal Every Kid in a Park Program, a White House initiative granting fourth-grade students across the country free admission to all national parks.

The program began Sept. 1.

Fourth graders must apply online for the free pass, which is good through Aug. 31, 2016.

Saint Gaudens doesn’t charge children admission, but the pass will allow fourth graders to bring their siblings and parents for free, as well.