• A 1901 sketch of Theodore Roosevelt taking the oath of office in Buffalo, NY.

    Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural

    National Historic Site New York

Directions From Airport

Plane

Buffalo-Niagara International Airport
services the Buffalo area. From there, take surface roads:

• Take Rt. 33 West to Goodell Street Exit.

• Take Goodell Street Exit and get into center lane of Goodell. Follow signs directing “To Delaware Avenue”.

• At Main Street, follow signs directing “To Delaware Avenue”, veer left around St. Louis Church and continue west on Edward Street.

• For parking lot (free), turn right at the first street, Franklin, and travel 2 2/3 blocks north. The lot entrance will be on your left and marked by a brown and white National Park Service sign.

• For on-street (meter) parking, turn right at the second street, Delaware, and travel 2 2/3 blocks north. The Site will be on your right and marked by a brown and white National Park Service sign.

Did You Know?

Theodore Roosevelt c. 1900.

At 42, Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest person to become President of the United States. John F. Kennedy was the youngest to be elected, but was 43 when he took the oath. More...