After decades of service, Ike and Mamie's beloved Gettysburg farm was a place for them to be at home with each other and those they loved. From grandchildren to foreign heads of state, all who came here were welcomed and got to experience what made this place so special. Visit the place where the Eisenhowers settled down and discover the beautiful landscape that Ike and Mamie called home.
Tour the Eisenhower Home
Gettysburg was the site of the only home that Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower ever owned. Step inside their beloved farmhouse and experience the home that the Eisenhowers knew and loved. Tours of the Eisenhower home are offered seasonally at select times, and are free of charge.
Visit the Eisenhower Farm
No visit to Eisenhower National Historic Site is complete without seeing the grounds of the Eisenhower's beloved Gettysburg farm. Listed below are some notable features which are available and open to visitors seasonally depending on staffing:
Become a Junior Ranger
Kids ages 6-12 are invited to work on the Junior Ranger activity booklet. Those completing the booklet will receive a Junior Ranger badge and certificate. Booklets are available on-site on days tours and programming are offered, and are also available at the Ranger information desk in the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. For an advance copy of the book, visitors may email us.
Visit the Google Arts and Culture webpage for Eisenhower National Historic Site to visit virtually through a 3D tour of the site. Almost 200 artifacts are also included on the page to explore.
Last updated: June 16, 2023