We are experiencing High Levels of Visitation at the FDR Home
Upon arrival to the Henry A. Wallace Visitor Center, visitors may purchase tickets for the next available tour, although available tours may be some hours after arrival time. Visitors may choose to reserve in advance at least one day before. More »
Things To Know Before You Come
The tour of the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt is approximately 1 hour. The only way to see the home is by guided tour.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library is a self-guided tour.
Baby Carriages, strollers, infant carriers, backpacks and flash photography are all prohibited from the tour.
During periods of high visitation (Summer weekends, Holidays, and October) it is not unusual for tours to sellout.
The tour schedule changes thoughout the year, please call ahead to check availability 845-229-5320.
There are public restrooms in the Henry A. Wallace Visitor Center.
The grounds are free and open daily until sunset.
Did You Know?
Eleanor Roosevelt married FDR on March 17,1905 ( St. Patrick's Day ) in NYC. Her uncle President Theodore Roosevelt walked her down the aisle.