Please observe changing seasonal hours
November 1 through April 30, the site is open 10-5 Fridays and Saturdays. We accept reservations for schools and other organized groups for tours during the week.
Garfield and the Constitution
Saturday, September 14 @1 p.m.
This program will discuss the Constitution of the United States as it related to President James A. Garfield during the various phases of his life.
This free program will run approximately one hour, and takes place in the Visitor Center Auditorium. Boy scouts earning their Citizenship in the Nation merit badge are welcome to attend - there will be a session afterwards for scouts to ask questions and get thier workbooks reviewed by a merit badge counselor. Please call ahead for reseravations if you are a scout (440-255-8722).
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Did You Know?
The James A. Garfield National Historic Site was given the name Lawnfield by reporters in 1880. Up until then, the Garfield family called it "The Mentor Farm".