Great tour guide and very interesting history but the Park Service will need to advocate for dollars to restore the home
About Franklin Delano Roosevelt Home
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Remarkable well preserved house presented perfectly by an experienced and caring park ranger. Be sure to take time to walk through the garden after the tour.
Over-all pretty interesting. It is supposed to have been left as it was the day FDR died. Plenty of antiques from around the world. The tour guide was fair, but had plenty of knowledge, but kept repeating herself. It was worth the cost of admission...More
We had a wonderful time at the museum. Out tour guide, Trish, was very knowledgeable and gave a lot of information. Questions were welcomed and encouraged. Loved a volunteer docent in the museum. I think his name was Dave. He provided us with interesting bits...More
What a wonderful experience! Our tour guide was so fabulousl. He made our visit even more special with his enthusiastic narrative as we toured Springwood. The grounds are beautiful, the house is very interesting and impressive and the rose garden where FDR & ER are...More
FDR home & presidential library + new visitor center and New Deal gift shop are all very well done by the Federal Park Service. They have good handicap access and ALD for hearing impaired visitors. Guides are attentive to special needs, charming and well informed...More
Extremely enjoyable and educational experience. Could have spent hours here. Library was a wonderful experience.
We visited this estate for the second time in 8 years and enjoyed it very much. The property is beautifully preserved, and the guided tour was fascinating. There is a lot of history to talk about when you visit the park and the premises. This...More
Found all the TripAdvisor reviews great and definitely recommend a visit. They do get crowded and I would recommend booking online at least 24 hours in advance. Timing worked out fine for us, and the museum can easily kill 2 hours if you need to...More