The Frost Place is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our community, and we will be following the best practices as they are shared from the CDC and the State of New Hampshire. Feel free to email us with any questions.
May, 2021 UPDATE
The museum and barn will remain closed to the general public due to ongoing Coronavirus precautions, with a target date to open mid-August, as the situation warrants. The trails and grounds are always open to the public, but please be mindful of social distancing and other safety measures when in a group. Visiting the front porch of the house and enjoying the gorgeous view is something that we welcome you to do as well. Please share photos with us! We miss our friends and neighbors, and we definitely miss making new friends as well.
Our programs and readings will be virtual again this year, and we hope you will be able to join us for some of our online events. Applications to the programs are available through the website.
We will have a poet in residence this summer; please be respectful of our poet’s privacy when visiting the grounds and the front porch.
Check back frequently for announcements about readings, workshops, and other special presentations. You can subscribe to our daily blog, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and you can check our Calendar of Events on the website as well for updates. We’d love to have you join us!
As always, your safety is our primary concern. When we are able to be open to the public, we will make an announcement across all of our social media platforms. If you are interested in scheduling a private tour for a small group, please contact us for information.
We hope you continue to treasure the legacy of Robert Frost, and if you are able to make a donation towards the upkeep of the house and grounds, we would appreciate it.
Thank you for your support and kindness; we hope to see you soon!
The Frost Place Staff and Board of Directors