The Frost Place
158 Ridge Rd.
The Frost Place is poet Robert Frost's farm homestead, now a permanent home and museum for poets and poetry. Each spring, summer and fall, The Frost Place welcomes visitors to a museum honoring Frost's life and work, grants a summer residency to a promising poet, offers a free summer poetry reading series, and three summer poetry programs with world renowned faculty. (For more information on The Frost Place, please visit: www.frostplace.org)
Visitors view the rooms where Frost lived and wrote, view rare first editions of his work, and see a video scripted by Frost's great-grandson. Also on the property is the Poetry Nature Trail, a quarter-mile loop trail where visitors can read Frost's poems on plaques.
The view from Robert Frost's former front porch is of the stunning Franconia Ridge and Mount Lafayette.
It is not to be missed on a visit to the White Mountains in Franconia, NH.
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