Our first visit to a presidential museum and I wonder if they are all so good. We spent hours going through the exhibits and some are multimedia: read about FDR's radio addresses, then push a button to hear one (he spoke clearly and simply, really powerful). The museum does not look large but be aware it can take a long time to go through. We were there about three hours and did not finish.
Highlights: FDR had a Ford Phaeton configured so he could drive it with his hands. It's in the museum. The comments of the Queen are next tot he car, saying she was quite terrified when FDR drove her and King George at high speed to the famous hot dog picnic. Priceless.
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