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Little White House, Warm Springs

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Historic Site · History Museum
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Before he shaped domestic and world politics, Franklin D. Roosevelt built Little White House, a six-room Colonial Revival structure made of native Georgia pine. Roosevelt's private retreat for many years, as well as the site of his death, the house remains just as it was the day that he died. Part of a historic district, the house offers guided tours and displays Roosevelt's famous unfinished portraitĀ (for which he was posing when he suffered a fatal stroke on April 12, 1945). You can view customized equipment Roosevelt used here, including his 1938 Ford convertible, which the handicapped president drove using specialized hand controls. By using our Warm Springs travel route planning tool, you can arrange your visit to Little White House and other attractions in Warm Springs.
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  • The lovely Little White House gives the visitor a touching insight into the more private life of President Franklin Roosevelt and reveals his valiant effort to deal with the punishing effects of... 
    The lovely Little White House gives the visitor a touching insight into the more private life of President Franklin Roosevelt and reveals his valiant effort to deal with the punishing effects of...  more »
  • This is a lovely tribute to one of our kindest and best Presidents. The grounds are well cared-for and the docents are friendly and helpful. We have mobility issues and they offered us use of their... 
    This is a lovely tribute to one of our kindest and best Presidents. The grounds are well cared-for and the docents are friendly and helpful. We have mobility issues and they offered us use of their...  more »
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  • Me and my family were passing through Warm Springs, Ga because we were coming for the parade and wanted to see what other attractions there were to get into since we came from 40 minutes away! What a great historical attraction! We learned so much about FDR and the best part is that the whole trip was unexpected. The staff was so nice and the museum was a pretty decent size surprisingly! Would be nice way to spend a day with the family for anyone! šŸ˜Š
  • There are so many wonderful things to say but not enough time and space to do so. I've been here once as a child, second as a teenager and third as a 36 year old mother of 3. My oldest boy, 17 really enjoys history and wanted to go again today. Everything from the information, sights to see and articles to read or listen to, to the tour guides, especially Mrs. Angela. Then, at the end we visit the gift shop, which is fun in itself as well as very fair priced! And right before we leave we do the famous penny press and this time we picked Fala the dog! To anyone that enjoys this type of thing, I urge you to see this place at least once. It's truly remarkable.

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