Home of Franklin D Roosevelt National Historic Site
Home to the 32nd and longest-serving president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt returned to Hyde Park often, drawing on this place to renew his spirit during times of personal and political crisis.
Explore the Roosevelt saga in the homes of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, the exhibits at the nation’s first Presidential Library, and over a thousand acres of gardens and trails.
The grounds and the Rose Garden, where Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt are buried are free and open everyday from sunrise to sunset.
In-Person tours of Springwood are suspended at this time.
When available: 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.
Open daily, sunrise to sunset