Fees & Reservations
The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt (National Park Service) and the FDR Presidential Library and Museum (operated by the National Archives and Records Administration) offer an $18 joint admission ticket. These tickets are valid for 2 days.
Children 15 years and under are free.
Tickets and visitor information are available in the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center located on the FDR grounds.
The grounds and the Rose Garden, where Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt are buried are free and open everyday from sunrise to sunset.
The Interagency Annual, Senior, Access and Military Passes are sold and honored for free admission at all the National Park Service sites in Hyde Park. The FDR Presidential Library and Museum admission is $9.00 for everyone except Access Pass holders and children 15 and under. Please see the fee collector in the Henry Wallace Visitor and Education Center for more information on the passes, or go to http://store.usgs.gov/pass.
Guided 1 hour tour of the Home Franklin D. Roosevelt presents the fascinating life story of the man who was born in Hyde Park, went on to become our longest serving president, and returned to rest here in the Rose Garden.
Groups of 10 or more are required to make a group reservation. To make a group reservation, call 1-877-559-6777, or visit www.recreation.gov.
If you experience any difficulty in booking your visit to Hyde Park, please call, Kevin Thomas at 845-486-1966.
For school group reservations call Darian Rivera at 845-486-7751 .
Interagency Annual Passes cannot be used for reservations. Interagency Annual Passes can only be used in person, on a first come, first serve basis.
Did You Know?
FDR designed Top Cottage (Originally called Dutchess Hill Cottage and Hilltop Cottage) in a way that would make it accessible to him in his wheelchair.