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 portrait (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.
Little White House reviews
We enjoyed our visit. The film at the beginning is informative and very well done. The museum is great with personal touches and information that most of us like to learn about our leaders. Some... more »
I learned much about President Roosevelt's early administration and visits to the warm springs in Georgia. The memorial was extremely well done. I would highly recommend it. more »
Beautiful place with rich history of President Franklin Roosevelt and Warm Springs, Ga. Tour the home and grounds where he lived in while he was here. The museum is very well done with great history of President Roosevelt and how Warm Springs was so significant to him and all of us. I enjoyed it so much, can't believe I didn't get more pictures!
Very interesting and informative. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. The museum is modern and we'll displayed. The little White House is like walking through a time portal. Amazing.
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