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.
Very Important People
Volunteers serve an integral role in the operation of Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site. The compelling history preserved at the site tells a story of how the early life of one of America's most admired presidents shaped him into the international figure he became. Volunteers have the opportunity to protect this extraordinary place and share it with visitors from around the world.
As a volunteer with the National Park Service, you become a part of a team with a long tradition of public service. Your principal duties will be to answer visitors' questions, lead guided tours, and roam areas to answer inquiries.
Learn more about volunteer duties at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site. To find out how to become a volunteer at this site, please contact us.To learn more about Volunteers-In-Parks, please go to the National Park Service Volunteer website at www.nps.gov/volunteer.
Did You Know?
Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace became a museum thanks to the efforts of the Women's Roosevelt Memorial Association in 1919. The museum opened to the public in 1923. The W.R.M.A later joined with the Theodore Roosevelt Association who donated the museum to the National Park Service in 1962.