A leisurely paced 20 mile loop ride from Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park through the rolling hills of the Cornish colonies and across the Connecticut River to Windsor Vermont. We'll spend about 90 minutes in Windsor for those who wish to visit the American Precision Museum and/or get lunch. The Precision Museum has a fascinating collection of historically significant machine tools from the 18th to 20th centuries. We'll then return to Saint-Gaudens to visit the home, studios and gardens of this important American sculptor. Replicas of his Lincoln statues, the Shaw Memorial and many other works can be seen. Since Sept. 28 is National Public Lands Day admission is free at Saint-Gaudens and there will be a variety of demonstrations on the grounds.
Visit to the American Precision Museum has $8.00 fee.
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American Precision Museum
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