• Stone Cottage at Val-Kill

    Eleanor Roosevelt

    National Historic Site New York

Eleanor's Walk Trail

Eleanor’s Walk - Podcast Trail Tour

Get to know Eleanor Roosevelt –wife, mother, and grandmother; Hyde Park neighbor, social activist, and “First Lady of the World” – as you hike the paths she walked daily for recreation and quiet contemplation. See the historic buildings that hosted family gatherings as well as powerful dialog among national leaders. Explore the woodland trails that inspired many of Eleanor’s famous “My Day” columns.

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Pond Bridge

Val-Kill

Where Eleanor Walked

Old Beaver Dam

The Ponds Wildlife

A WalkThroughTime

Climb to Top Cottage

Did You Know?

Eleanor Roosevelt as a US delegate to the United Nations

Eleanor Roosevelt, known as the First Lady of the World was one of the first United States delegates to the United Nations in 1946.