Andres Institute of Art

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Andres Institute of Art is located at 98 Route 13 in Brookline, NH. In 1996 Paul Andres purchased the property. In 1998 Paul Andres an engineer and John Weidman a master sculptor began working together to establish a sculpture park. The first annual sculpture symposium "Bridges and Connections" was held in 1999. Fourteen years later we have 72 sculptures along miles of hiking trails on the 140 acres that make up the park.

Andres Institute of Art as a 501(c) (3) charitable organization. The Institute is involved in many activities related to the arts. In addition to the annual sculpture symposium held in the fall, there are classes and events where the public is envited to take part. The hiking trails and sculpture park is open from dawn to dusk 365 days a year. Pick up a map at the kiosk in the parking area at the foot of the mountain, or you can print one and bring it with you. http://andresinstitute.org/Webtrailmap.html. You may bring your dog as long as it is under your control at all times. We are a carry- in carry-out park. Take only photographs and memories and leave only footprints. If you have a group that might be interested in exploring our sculpture park, please contact us. To arrange a tour call Fe at 603-769-0816 and leave a message.

Andres Institute of Art
98 Route 13
P.O. Box 226
Brookline, NH 03033
603-673-8441
www.andresinstitute.org