Walking through the house where FDR was born was a wonderful experience. We could see how the man who brought us out of the depression lived, where his body rests today. Highly recommended.
About Franklin Delano Roosevelt Home
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Visited the house today and had a great time. The tour guide was very informative and answered any questions our group asked. There is much to learn about FDR in this house tour. Even though the tour was guided we were allowed to move thru...More
The house is exactly as it was the last time FDR visited in March 1945. The tour guide was very good and I learned a lot. The tour is an hour long and you get to see most of the house. This is a fun...More
we got to see so much of the original furnishings even Mr. Roosevelts wheelchair, the bed and room where he was born and so much more. The tour guide was very informative on all the history.
Had a very enjoyable visit. Learned a lot by a very informed Park Ranger. Beautiful grounds and house. They offer a tram for those folks who are unable to walk from the visitor center to the house...very helpful for one in our group.
This is on the same ground as the Roosevelt Library. There are two other National Park Service sites in the area. All can be visited in a loop. The homestead tour costs 18 dollars with senior discounts. The house is very much in its original...More
Any tour starts and ends with the tour guide and ours was wonderful (see photo). She gave us a sense of history --- who was FDR, his family, his early life, his disability, his political career, his accomplishments and his marriage to Eleanor. And she...More
Having preserved the bed and room where FDR was born is awesome! To see FDR's and his family's living quarters and grounds gives a sense of how remarkable a person he was. Viewing the tree-lined path, where he practiced to walk using his upper body...More
This is a guided tour and well worth the effort required to walk from the museum to the house and through the grounds. Disabled folks can be transported by a tram.