The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt (operated by the National Park Service) and the FDR Presidential Library and Museum (operated by the National Archives and Records Administration) offers a $20.00 joint admission ticket. Presidential Library and Museum tickets are valid for 2 consecutive days.
Children 15 years and under are free.
The National Archives and Records Administration offers a discounted rate for visitors over 62 years of age.
Top Cottage - As a unit of the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site visitors to Top Cottage are subject to an Expanded Amenity Fee of $10 per person. America The Beautiful Senior Pass holders and Access Pass holders are entitled to a discounted $5 fee for themselves only.
Open May - October
The preferred method of payment is credit card.
Tickets and visitor information are available in the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center located on the FDR grounds. All Tours begin in the Henry A. Wallace Visitor Center.
The grounds and the Rose Garden, where Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt are buried are free and open everyday from sunrise to sunset.
* We see an increase in the number of visitors to our sites.
* The FDR Presidential Library/Museum is NOT managed by the National Park Service and is not free on these days. The Library/Museum is $10 per person, $6 for anyone 62 and over.
*Access inside the FDR Home will be self-guided, on a first come, first serve basis. See information below for free ticket information.
*Advanced Reservations cannot be made.
*If you arrive later in the afternoon there will be no guarantee that you will be admitted.
*Expect waiting times to be 1 hour or more to get into the Home of FDR.
*At the Home of FDR you will need to pick up your free ticket (s) and or purchase your ticket (s) for the FDR Library/Museum at the Visitor Center. Timed (FREE) tickets will be issued for each person for a specific time to enter the Home. Access is limited to 50 people at a time. Please arrive before 11:00 am to avoid long waiting times or not having access to the FDR Home at all.