Presidential Places

There are more than 400 national parks across the country that come in many very different shapes, sizes, and purposes, including presidential parks! In celebration of the presidential inauguration, learn more about U.S. presidents by exploring national parks dedicated to reflecting on their life and contributions. Whether a monument, memorial, home, or where defining decisions were made, these special places were set aside for Americans to remember their life and reflect on the lasting legacy each had on our country.

Presidential Sites in Washington, D.C.

The nation's capital is home to many monuments, memorials, homes, and other places that reflect on the life and legacy of U.S. presidents. Use the map to find presidential sites around Washington, D.C. for a virtual adventure or future trip planning. Visit their websites to learn more about each of these national leaders and their presidential park.

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Visiting Monumental Presidents in DC

Get basic trip planning information to visit many of the presidential memorials in the nation's capital for a future visit.

Presidential Sites Across the Country

Find more homes, monuments, and memorials throughout the country that are dedicated to U.S. presidents and are also national parks. These places can often provide important insight into things that shaped their beliefs and decisions as well as American life at the time.

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Last updated: April 27, 2022