Home of Franklin D Roosevelt National Historic Site Video
The FDR Presidential Library and Museum is undergoing a major renovation, the first renovation since the building opened to the public in 1941. This renovation will bring the Library’s infrastructure up to National Archives standards for the preservation of historic collections and installing a new permament exhibition. From May 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 while the permanent galleries are closed for the final stage of the renovation visitors can enjoy new photography and multimedia exhibition, “The Roosevelts: Public Figures, Private Lives.”
The Roosevelt Library archive is the premier research center in the world for study and research of the Roosevelt era. It contains more than 17 million pages of documents, photographs, books, and audiovisual materials, including the papers of President and Mrs. Roosevelt and more than 375 of their associates.
The FDR Library also operates the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center, which serves all visitors to the Roosevelt site with its orientation exhibits and film, visitor amenities, conference and education facilities.
The Library’s Digital Archive, created in partnership with Marist College, contains more than 15,000 digitized archival documents, public domain photographs, and finding aids. The museum is open daily. Admission is charged.
FDR Presidential Library and Museum Tel: 1-800-FDR-VISIT