Visit

Ways to Visit

The Art Park was created as a sanctuary where people can come to  experience art in the beauty of nature, to reflect and connect.

Visit

Ways to Visit

The Art Park was created as a sanctuary where people can come to  experience art in the beauty of nature, to reflect and connect.
Open May through November

How To

Visit Alnoba Art Park

The Art Park is privately owned and only available to the public through scheduled group tours and private tours.
To visit the Alnoba Art Park, please purchase tickets to one of our group tours or contact us at TheArtPark@alnoba.org. our to book a private tour. The tour is mostly outdoors on uneven terrain and 1/4 mile walk. Hiking shoes and casual attire recommended.

Open May through November 

There are three ways you can visit us:

1. Sign up for one of our small group public tours.
Check HERE to view our Tour schedule and buy tickets.

2. Book a private tour
For more information about booking a private tour, contact us at TheArtPark@alnoba.org.

3. Schedule a tour for your school or youth group.
School and Youth group tours are free.

Directions

Getting Here

The Alnoba Art Park is located at 24 Cottage Road, Kensington, New Hampshire. It is not open to the public, but can be visited only through booking a tour.

More About Tours

Tour Information

Group size:  Only 12 guests per tour
Tour length: Please allow 1-1/2 hours for each tour. 

After your tour you are welcome to stay on the grounds to spend more time with the pieces and reading stones, take a walk on the 10 miles of trails throughout the property or rest on one of the many benches and just enjoy being outdoors and in nature.

The tour includes outdoor portion on uneven terrain and ¼ mile walk.  Hiking shoes and casual attire recommended. 

Price: $15 advance purchase

Delicious

Food and Drink in Town

Dining Options:  Dine locally at The Farm at Eastman’s Corner or Country Brook Cafe. The Farm is a year-round community governed farmer’s market serving fresh prepared sandwiches, hot soup, salads, and prepared foods. Five percent of each sale and 100% of profits go to support Kensington’s Sawyer Park. The Farm is located at the corner of Route 107 and Route 150 and has plenty of indoor and outdoor places to sit, children’s activities and animal yard.

Located down the road on Route 150 the Country Brook Cafe offers quality sit down service, delicious, locally-sourced, sustainably-raised food, and a friendly atmosphere. It serves Farm soups, salads, burgers and sandwiches.