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New England’s largest outdoor sculpture park.

Open every day from dawn to dusk.

106 Route 13, Brookline, New Hampshire

The Experience:

 “Great art picks up where nature ends“

– Marc Chagall

10+ Miles of trails over 140 acres

100+ Sculptures - representing 40+ countries

Self-guided hiking - docents available

AIA Center open seasonally

Community, art and cultural events

Explore. Enjoy. Relax.

Art… naturally.

Plan your visit

Ready to head out? Get all the information you need before you hit the road and be prepared for the adventure that awaits!

Support the vision…

This is mighty work! And you can play an important role in it!

The Institute is a non-profit organization. We are in part supported by our visionary founder, Paul Andres, as well as by individual contributions. You can contribute to this amazing organization, expressing your value of the arts and your commitment to the natural beauty of our area. Become a member or donate & help us to hold this innovative vision to expand our creative work!

Walk for Peace in Uraine / Fundraiser

Join the Mariposa Museum in Peterborough, and Andre’s Institute of Art in Brookline, NH in raising funds to bring aid and relief to Ukrainian people. Donate now and also join us June 18th in a walk for peace through Andre’s mountainside sculpture park from 9 a.m. to 12:15 pm. This walk will begin in the base parking lot and ascend via trails of choice to three sculptures by Ukrainian artists at the summit. At 11:30, world renowned cellist and composer Eugene Friesen (formerly of the Paul Winter Consort) will offer a concert inspired by peace and Ukraine. 100 % of all tax-deductible donations made will go to support four organizations assisting the people of Ukraine in their darkest hour.

For more information and/or to donate use the Donate button above.

 Events at the Andres Institute

The Andres Institute of Art is not only a community of sculptors and art lovers, we are also the hub for the arts of all genre in our Southern New Hampshire community. Check back often and see what we have in store!

Volunteers Needed for dates in March – May

The Spring Iron Melt is almost here. We need volunteers to help make the sand molds to be carved - the dates are on Saturdays 3/26, 4/2 and 4/9 from 10-2 at the Studio. Then, we need volunteers to pass out the molds, receive the molds and then to return the cast iron...

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The Thaw has Begun!

The days are getting longer and people are venturing out into the park again. The pavement is (usually) walkable - watch for ice! There are several works viewable right from the pavement and it feels so good to be outside again without freezing! On the warmer days...

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Brookline Small Business Saturday

Saturday, November 27th is Small Business Saturday, 11am - 2pm. The Brookline Business Association is promoting this special shopping day and encouraging shoppers to bring food items for the Brookline Food Bank. The Andres Institute of Art is participating this year,...

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Be Involved:

It takes a village to bring sculptures into the world, and we are always grateful for folks that are ready to pitch in! Any help you are able to give could not be appreciated more!


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Sculpture Park Entrance &

Visitor Center

106 Route 13, Brookline, NH 03033

Call or Mail

(603) 673-7441  (8am-5pm)

Andres Institute of Art, PO Box 226, Brookline, NH 03033-0226


Gail Bloom, AIA President