The Upper Gallery is currently closed for renovations.
These renovations will improve preservation of artifacts and enhance the visitor experience. The Lower Gallery has been reopened, its exhibits are methodically being returned. Period room tours are offered at the regularly scheduled times.
The Childhood of a Renowned President
Only one U.S. president was born in New York City. Raised in a townhouse at 28 E. 20th St., Theodore Roosevelt would grow up to be our 26th President and become immortalized on Mount Rushmore. However, he started life as a sickly yet bright boy who exercised to improve his health and began a lifelong passion for the "strenuous life."
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Teach TR! Field trips to the historic home
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He always had a story to tell.
Theodore Roosevelt had many adventures and stories to tell, but have you heard these?Read More
We're rolling up our sleeves!
The National Park Service is working hard to preserve Theodore's boyhood home. Learn the latest news on what we're doing.Read More
Meet the Roosevelts
Theodore Roosevelt Jr., who grew up to become the 26th president of the United States, was one of four children in a busy household at 28 E. 20th St.Read More
The Moose that ran for President
In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt ran for a non-consecutive third term as President.Read More
An array of T.R. political cartoons.
Theodore Roosevelt was beloved by political cartoonists who created lighthearted lampoons of the many pursuits of this multi-faceted individual.Read More
Step into a classic Victorian home.
Take a ranger-led tour of five restored period rooms that reflect the lifestyle of the Roosevelts, circa 1865.Read More
Did You Know?
President Theodore Roosevelt brokered a peace agreement between both sides in the Russo-Japanese War. The Treaty of Portsmouth was signed on September 5, 1905, ending the conflict and earning Roosevelt a Nobel Peace Prize.