Everything You Need to Know About the FDR Presidential Library

The Hudson Valley is rich in history. From historic sites to museums, you will find it anywhere you go. If you’re a history buff planning a trip to the Hudson Valley, the FDR Presidential Library is one of the places you need to see. Of course, this is just one of the many fantastic sites in the area. Download our free Vacation Guide to learn about other excellent places of interest, like museums and galleries.

What is a Presidential Library?

The FDR Presidential Library

Considering that the entire presidential library system originated with the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and the documents preserved here, this library should be at the top of any history enthusiast’s list of places to visit.

The FDR Presidential Library encompasses a library, museum, and historic site. There are also rooms and auditoriums where events like film screenings, lectures, and book signings take place.

The hours of the FDR Presidential Library are 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. November through March and 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. April through October.

The FDR Library

The FDR Museum

The Historic Site: Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt

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