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Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site

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Tips from locals

Patti
Patti
October 27, 2019
Take a tour of the historic Hyde Park home once inhabited by Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Run by the National Park Service, a park ranger will guide you through the property of the former president. A $20 entrance fee will also grant you entry to the Presidential Museum and Library.
Andrew And Kat
Andrew And Kat
September 15, 2019
This is a national park not too far from us and totally worth a visit! See FDRs home, and an amazing museum, films and grounds.
Yee
Yee
August 17, 2019
Incredibly well done - visit FDR's home, and learn about the history of his presidency in the presidential library.
Yuri
Yuri
May 02, 2019
You can visit Springwood, the estate of our 32nd President, where you'll find the Presidential Library & Museum.
Pam & Marc
Pam & Marc
April 29, 2019
Historical site with beautiful views!

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Location
4097 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, New York 12538
Phone+1 845-229-9115
Websitenps.gov
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 5:00 PM