Basic Information

Located on the western edge of Missouri, the park enjoys each of the four seasons. Early spring brings frequent and rapid fluctuations in weather. The summer season has warm days, periods of high heat and humidity, and mild nights. The fall season is normally mild with sunny days and cool nights. Winters can be cold. The January low averages 21 degrees. The area receives a yearly average of 37 inches of rain per year and around 18 inches of snow.

Entrance Fees:

Entrance Fee - Per Person - $7.00

Everyone touring the Truman home, including children, must have a ticket. Tickets for children 15 years old or younger are free.

Park Visitor Center

The park visitor center is located in the 1928 Independence Fire Station,which is in the Harry S Truman Historic District National Historic Landmark and one block north of the historic Independence Town Square.

Welcome to Harry S Truman National Historic Site
Welcome to Harry S Truman National Historic Site!

Find Essential Information for Your Trip to the Home of the 33rd U.S. President. Harry S Truman National Historic Site includes the Truman Home in Independence, Missouri, and the Truman Farm Home in Grandview, Missouri. Both units are within the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Please use our website to find information on: Operating Hours and Seasons, Fees & Passes, and more.

Last updated: March 3, 2016

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

223 North Main Street
Independence, MO 64050


(816) 254-2720

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