Change in Park Hours
The Truman Home and Visitor Center are now closed Sundays, Mondays, & all federal holidays. The Truman Farm Home and the Noland Home are closed to the public.
Touring the Home
Tour scripts are available for the hearing-impaired and in large-type format. Tour scripts are available in German, Spanish, Japanese and French. Close-captioning and assistive listening devices are available upon request for the audiovisual program at the Visitor Center.
For more information about accessibility options at Harry S Truman NHS, please call (816) 254-2720.
Obtain the Access Pass at the Harry S Truman NHS Visitor Center or http://store.usgs.gov/pass.
If you experience any difficulty accessing our web site, please e-mail us. We would be happy to provide information to you in an alternate format.
Anyone using a TTY can reach a federal agency to conduct business by going through the Federal Relay Service (FRS) at 1-800-877-8339.
Did You Know?
The most significant historical event to take place in the Truman home happened in June 1950. This was when President Truman received the telephone call alerting him that North Korea had attacked South Korea.