The Frost Place

Historical Site, Writing Center
(603) 823-5510
Contact name: 
Maudelle Driskell

Founded in 1976 as a nonprofit educational center for poetry and the arts, the Frost Place is located in the farmhouse where poet Robert Frost and his family lived full-time from 1915 to 1920 and spent nineteen summers. It sponsors writing intensives and poetry seminars, an annual summer residency given to an emerging American poet, the Conference on Poetry and Teaching, and the annual Festival and Conference on Poetry for writers seeking classes and workshops with a faculty of illustrious poets, a teachers’ conference, and an advanced seminar.

158 Ridge Road
Franconia, NH 03580