The grounds weren't impressive because of the time of year, but I would definitely revisit to see the rose gardens which must be amazing. The guide made it quite clear that visits to enjoy the grounds, at no charge, are welcome at any time. We were unable to visits the FDR Library and Museum due to renovations but were told that our ticket would gain us admission after June. The history of FDR and Eleanor just breathes in the home and yet it is hard to imagine how world changing these two were in this setting. It seems like a house for regular people (of course wealthy ones). Visited the same day as the Vanderbilt Mansion it showed the huge gap between the simply wealthy and the excessively wealthy of the late 1800's as this was FDR's birth place and belonged to his mother until she died.
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