From March 2004 until January 2007, the National Park Service conducted a major restoration of the historic house, grounds, and caretaker's cottage at Cedar Hill. During this time, the house was temporarily closed to visitation and the collection was moved to an off-site facility. Upon completion of the project, the collection was moved back into the historic house, and the house was reopened to the public.
At a cost of $2.7 million, the project ensured that the site and its resources will be protected for this and future generations. The work that was completed during the project included:
Last updated: April 9, 2018