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Address & Phone

28 E. 20th Street

(Park Ave. & Broadway)

New York, NY 10003

(212) 260-1616


Mon-Fri 9am-5pm


General: $2

Children under 17 free

Seniors free

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace

"For 14 years, this was the home of Theodore Roosevelt, the young man who was to become the 26th President of the United States. Roosevelt lived here from the time of his birth, October 27, 1858. The house was reconstructed in 1923, to preserve the story of the early life of this influential president."

Wander through the rooms of the house, restored with some of the original furnishings dating back to the 1860's. There are tours available and the staff is quite helpful.

Operated by the National Parks Service.