EISENHOWER NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
The home and farm of the 34th President of the United States is located adjacent to Gettysburg National Military Park. The site is open to visitors through the use of a shuttle bus system. All tours begin at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. The three mile bus ride to and from the site takes about seven minutes. Visitors may spend as much time as they like at the Eisenhower farm.
For Those With Mobility Impairments: For those unable to board the shuttle bus, arrangements can be made to drive to the site. Ask at the Visitor Center information desk. The first floor of the house is accessible with staff assistance. The second floor requires a climb up a flight of stairs. A photo book of the second floor is available, as well as an online virtual tour. The grounds around the house are gently rolling paved paths. Restrooms are not accessible. A wheelchair loan is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and is free of charge.
For Those With Hearing Impairments: Tours of the house and grounds are available in printed form.
For Those With Sight Impairments: Rangers are available throughout the site to provide information and assistance. A large print guide to the house is available for those with reduced vision.