The park is beautifully maintained, with lovely gardens and landscaping around the sites. The monument by Daniel Chester French is a don't miss, as is the Wayside Inn, the seedbed of so many wonderful authors-- wonderful to stroll the hills where they thought out their ideas. Signage and displays are clear and helpful.
Allow plenty of time if you're into history-- soaking it up at any of the beautiful seasons isn't quick.
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