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Calendar >  Presidential Museums, Birthplaces, Monuments and Historic Sites to Visit – Part II

Presidential Museums, Birthplaces, Monuments and Historic Sites to Visit – Part II

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TR Robertson –Part II of the listing by states of the sites to visit that are historically significant relating to the U.S. Presidents birthplaces, places of residence, museums and monuments continues alphabetically beginning with the state of New York. Many of these sites have amazing displays that will take you back in time to events that make-up the story of the history of the United States. Some of the sites have camping areas associated with or adjacent to the parks. If you are visiting any of these states on your vacations, add some of these sites to your itinerary.

New York

Millard Filmore House (built in 1826) – 207 Bloomfield Ave., Caldwell

Millard Filmore log cabin – Fillmore Glen State Park – 1686 NY 38, Moracia

Ulysses S. Grant Cottage State Historic Site – 1000 Mt. McGregor Rd., Wilton

Grant’s Tomb – W 122nd St & Riverside Dr., New York City

Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site – 4097 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park

Teddy Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hills in Oyster Bay, New York

Val-Kill – Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site – 106 Val Kill Park Rd., Hyde Park

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Home of Theodore Roosevelt – 20 Sagamore Hill Rd., Oyster Bay

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace Historic Site – 641 Delaware Ave., Buffalo

Lindenwald – Martin Van Buren National Historic Site – 1013 Old Post Rd., Kinderhook

North Carolina

Andrew Johnson Birthplace – 1 Mimosa St., Raleigh

James K. Polk Memorial State Historic Site – 12031 Lancaster Hwy, Pineville

Ohio

James A. Garfield National Historic Site – 8095 Mentor Ave., Mentor

James A. Garfield Monument – 12316 Euclid Ave., Cleveland

Ulysses S. Grant Birthplace (built 1817) – U.S. Route 52 & State Route 232 – Point Pleasant

Ulysses S. Grant Boyhood Home and Schoolhouse (1823) – 219 E. Grant Ave., Georgetown

Warren Harding Harrison’s Home, Marion, Ohio

Warren G. Harding Harrison Home – 380 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion

William Henry Harrison Tomb – 41 Cliff Rd., North Bend

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, Library, Museum & Home (first Presidential Center established) – Spiegel Grove, Fremont

National McKinley Birthplace Memorial and Museum – 40 N. Main St., Niles

William McKinley President Library Museum – 800 McKinley Monument Dr. NW – Canton

William H. Taft National Historic Site & Birthplace – 2038 Auburn Ave., Cincinnati

Pennsylvania

James Buchanan Birthplace State Park – 2831 W. Stony Batter Rd., Mercersburg

James Buchanan’s Wheatland in Lancaster, Penn.

James Buchanan Wheatland (1828) – 1120 Marietta Ave., Lancaster

Eisenhower National Historic Site – 243 Eisenhower Farm Rd., Gettysburg

South Carolina

Andrew Jackson State Park – 196 Andrew Jackson Park Rd., Lancaster

Woodrow Wilson Family Home – 1705 Hampton St., Columbia

Tennessee

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage (1804) – 1=4580 Rachels Ln., Hermitage

Andrew Jackson Historic Site, Museum & Library – 101 N. College St., Greeneville

Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum – Lincoln Memorial University, 120 Mars-Debusk Pkwy, Harrogate

James K. Polk Home & Museum – 301 W 7th St., Columbia

Texas

Dwight Eisenhower’s Birthplace in Denison, Texas

Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site – 609 S Lamar Ave., Denison

Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site – 199 Park Rd. 52, Stonewall

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historic Park – 1048 Park Rd. #40 , Stonewall

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza (JFK assassination investigation) – 411 Elm St. Dallas

Vermont

Chester A. Arthur State Historic Site – 4588 Chester A. Arthur Rd., Fairfield

Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site – 3780 VT-100A, Plymouth

Virginia

Berkeley Plantation – Birthplace of William Henry Harrison (site of 1st Thanksgiving recognized by a President) – 12602 Harrison Landing Rd., Charles City

Monticello (home of Thomas Jefferson) – 1050 Monticello Loop, Charlottesville

Thomas Jefferson Poplar Forest, Forest Virginia

Tuckahoe Plantation (Boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson) – 12601 River Rd., Richmond

James Madison’s Montpelier at Montpelier Station, Virginia

James Madison’s Montpelier – 11350 Constitution Hwy, Montpelier Station

James Madison Birthplace – Route 301, Port Conway

James Madison Museum & Memorial Library – 129 Caroline St., Orange

James Monroe Highland (1799) – 2050 James Monroe Parkway, Charlottesville

Sherwood Forest Plantation (Home of longest frame house in America – 1842) – 14501 John Tyler Memorial Hwy, Charles City

George Washington Boyhood home at Ferry Farm & Historic Kenmore – 268 Kings Hwy, Fredericksburg

George Washington Mount Vernon (1799) – 3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy, Mt. Vernon

George Washington Birthplace National Monument – Westmoreland County

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum – 20 N Coalter St., Staunton

Washington D.C.

The outside of Ford’s Theater in Washington, D.C.

Ford’s Theater National Historic Site (Pres. Lincoln assassination) – 511 10th St. NAW

President Lincoln’s Cottage at the Soldier’s Home – 140 Rock Creek Church Rd. NW

Woodrow Wilson House (retirement home) – 2340 S Street NW

Canada

Roosevelt Campobello International Park (FDR & Eleanor family retreat) 459 Route 774, Welshpool, NB ESE 1A4, Canada

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