Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site
You can visit Springwood, the estate of our 32nd President, where you'll find the Presidential Library & Museum.
Take a tour of the historic Hyde Park home once inhabited by Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Run by the National Park Service, a park ranger will guide you through the property of the former president. A $20 entrance fee will also grant you entry to the Presidential Museum and Library.
Incredibly well done - visit FDR's home, and learn about the history of his presidency in the presidential library.
This is a national park not too far from us and totally worth a visit! See FDRs home, and an amazing museum, films and grounds.
“Stunning home and even more beautiful grounds. I believe tours are still available.call to make sure. ”
“Home to Samuel F.B.Morse, inventor and artist, Locust Grove sits above the Hudson River off Route 9 in Poughkeepsie. In addition to the gallery and house, there are miles of trails. Locust Grove is about 9 miles from the Inn.”
“You can walk the grounds beautiful view one with nature. The students cook/bake all the food on campus. ”
“The Newburgh waterfront area features great restaurants, incl. Billy Joe's Ribworks, Blu Pointe, Captain Jake's Riverhouse and The River Grill. Or take boat tours down the Hudson River.”
“Historic 1714 House and 19th century grass thatched paper mill house on beautiful grounds, built by early Sephardic Jewish immigrants and occupied by many interesting and famous folks over the years. ”