• Saxton House at First Ladies National Historic Site

    First Ladies

    National Historic Site Ohio

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  • Site Temporary Closed During Pro-Football HOF Enshrinement Activities

    Please note that the site will be closed all day on Sunday, July 17th and open at noon on Sunday, July August 1st. These temporary closures will ensure visitor safety during local Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement festival activities. Thank you.

Fees & Reservations

Visits to the Saxton House and the Education and Research Center are by paid guided tour only. Reservations are highly recommended due to limits on tour size. Reservations are required for groups of 6 or more.

Adults: $7.00
Seniors: $6.00
Children under age 18: $5.00
The America the Beautiful-The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Holders: $2.00 off regular admission
School Programs: Free. By reservation only.

For reservations call 330-452-0876 or email mrhodes@firstladies.org.

NOTE - America the Beautiful - The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands passes are not sold at First Ladies National Historic Site. Passes may be purchased at Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Brecksville, Ohio and at James A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor, Ohio. Please check their respective websites or call ahead for hours of operation.

Annual passes only may also be purchased online at USGS. Senior and Access passes must be purchased in person, with proper documentation. Please see the America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Lands passes website for details.

Did You Know?

Portrait of Letitia Tyler.

John Tyler became President following the death of President Harrison, putting Letitia Christian Tyler unexpectedly in the role of First Lady. Confined to a wheelchair and with seven children, she tended more to family matters than administrative until her death two years into her husband's term.