Fdr Home Group Tour
Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site Tours
Springwood, FDR’s lifelong home, served as his primary residence from his birth in 1882 until his death in 1945. The home opened to the public a year later and today visitors can see it as it was during FDR’s final days.
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Need to Know
- Visitation Guidlines
- Advance reservations are available ONLY for groups of 10 or more people.
- Anyone booked on a group tour arriving with less than ten in their group will be accomodated on the next AVAILABLE general public tour or may not be accommodated at all.
- Admission into the FDR Museum is available anytime during operational hours.
- Weather closures are common, please check website and social media for more information.
- Tour times are subject to change.
- A mix of guided and self guided tours are provided, depending on attendance levels and available staffing.
- Tour guides & bus drivers must be counted in the group in order to enter.
- Maximum of 50 people per group.
- Every person requires a ticket.
- If you arrive late, your tour is forfeited. We may be able to provide access for your group later in the day depending on visitation.
- Refunds are available, minus the reservation fee, until 24 hours before the tour. No exceptions.
- Is this a walking tour?
Yes, this tour involves a .25 mile walk to the home and back.
The tour takes places indoors and outdoors. Please dress according to the weather. Tours operate during high tempertatures, low tempatures, snow and rain.
- Do I need to go on a guided tour?
Access to the home is by tour only. When unexpected high visitation occurs, the guided tours may switch to self guided tours.
- Can Photos be taken inside the homes?
No flash photography.