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The Frost Place, Franconia

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#3 of 13 in Historic Sites in White Mountains
Scenic Drive · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Frost Place is a museum and nonprofit educational center for poetry located at Robert Frost's former home on Ridge Road in Franconia, New Hampshire, United States. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
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  • The house itself is modest. The view is gorgeous and it’s no wonder he wrote some of his works here. It’s closed on Tuesdays. No matter when you go enjoy the deck and the loop trail outback. Frost...  more »
  • You need to know where you are going and the parking is very limited, but it is so worth the effort. To see the place where he lived and wrote is inspiring. If the house is closed, you can park on.....  more »
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  • The view from the front porch is AMAZING. It's no wonder so many of Mr. Frost's poems were about this area. The poets trail is worth the short hike to be immersed in the woodland setting. We were able to view much of the house. The only areas that are off limits is where the "poet in residence" presides. I love the idea of a poet still utilizing this homestead.
  • A great place to learn and be reminded to the poetry of Robert Frost. Go to the barn for admission to the house. Otherwise, the poetry trail and porch overlooking the mountains is always open.

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