• Springwood, The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt

    National Historic Site New York

Accessibility

American Sign Language Interpretation is available upon request. Please call, Scott Rector at 845-229-9115 Ext. 2025, at least 14 days prior to your visit.

The introductory film, "A Rendezvous with History," offers captioning and audio descriptions for those with hearing or visual impairments. The headphones and controllers for visual impairments are available at the visitor center desk. Please ask for assistance.

 
FDR 's wheelchair

FDR's wheelchair

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The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the FDR Presidential Library and Museum are fully wheelchair accessible. Accessible restrooms are available in the Henry Wallace Visitor Center and in the FDR Presidential Library & Museum. Signing or other special accommodations may be possible with advance arrangements. Handicapped parking is also available on site. Wheelchairs are available to borrow at the Wallace Visitor Center and in the FDR Presidential Library & Museum.

Did You Know?

Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt's birth name was Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. She was the fifth cousin of Franklin and the niece of Teddy.