Hyde Park may be a small town, but there is so much to do during a visit to the birthplace of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States. With three national parks and the nation's first presidential library and museum, it will take more than a single day to see everything. Beyond Hyde Park, the region's Hudson Valley National Heritage Area is home to many museums, historic houses, gardens, nature preserves, and culinary adventures.
Tickets & Tours
Everything you need to know about access to FDR's home and how to obtain your tickets.
Motor Coach Reservations
Visit Recreation.gov for information on fees, and reservations for commercial tour operators.
If you are planning a visit for your school, see our important information on academic fee waivers and reservations.
Directions and transportation services.
Orient yourself before you arrive with our online version of the park map.
Our assessment ratings for outdoor areas and buildings will help you plan your visit to FDR's home.
We Have an App for That!
Our free NPS App offers interactive maps, self-guided activities, and much more to enhance your visit.
Hours of operation, schedules, fees, and services.
Fees & Passes
Tour admission fees, passes, and information on our Fee Free Days.
We love pets. Help us keep the park clean and safe by following our policies.
WHAT TO SEE AND DO
Last updated: May 31, 2023