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Little White House

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Historical Warm Springs

Seeing the FDR artifacts firsthand brought the history to life. I had no idea the impact FDR had on... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
diannafontella
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Peachtree City, Georgia
Worth the 7 hour drive from Tampa

Despite the realization we needed to move our road trip up by a day to be least impacted by... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wanderlassie
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Oldsmar, Florida
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President Franklin D. Roosevelt built his "Little White House" in Warm Springs, Georgia, in 1932 while serving as governor of New York.
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401 Little White House Rd, US Alternate 27 & Ga. Hwy. 85, Warm Springs, GA 31830-2157
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Seeing the FDR artifacts firsthand brought the history to life. I had no idea the impact FDR had on this community. Wonderful tour and knowledgable staff.

Thank diannafontella
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Despite the realization we needed to move our road trip up by a day to be least impacted by Hurricane Michael, I'm really happy we finally SAW this place we've heard and read so much about! The naratives /exhibits added to my appreciation of one...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Even though I knew practically nothing about FDR and his life, this was a great place to visit and was well worth the price of admission. The grounds are kept in immaculate condition and the actual home and other buildings were all interesting to see....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This site is a must see for history lovers. Plenty of artifacts to see. It was amazing to see. There is a great intro movie to watch before touring the site. The grounds are well kept and beautiful.

Thank robert p
Reviewed 1 week ago

Touring the Little White House and its adjacent servant and guest quarters was like experiencing a portal into history. I was delighted to meet an interpreter who had met FDR when she was three years old on one of his visits to Warm Springs.

Thank CilFr
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I grew up in Georgia, where part of our history lesson was learning of FDR's love for Warm Springs and the Little White House. I wasn't afforded a school field trip to visit, but some of my younger siblings were given the chance. I was...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I could not be more impressed with the presentation of the Life of FDR and his association with the people of Warm Springs, GA. The actual warm springs in this area lured FDR to this area after initial visits seemed to improve his polio symptoms....More

Thank Brian T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting to learn about the history of polio and treatment. Didn't realize Warm Springs, GA was so instrumental in the treatment of those with polio all over the US back in the 20s and 30s.

Thank Melinda39
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The visitor's center displays are actual belongings of the former President and Mrs. Roosevelt. I learned a lot of personal history and enjoyed the short video about the times spent Roosevelt spent in Warm Springs and the joy he brought to the residents.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited with children ages 11 and 6. Although this was not a place they would ever request to go, they did enjoy it. There is a movie that explains the basis of FDR’s life and time as president that spurred both kids to ask...More

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Discover266863
15 October 2018|
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Response from Ben C | Reviewed this property |
Georgia does have some discount programs. They are disabled, and disabled veteran. Other than those, here are the admission prices: Historic Site Admission Adults (18–61): $12.00 Seniors (62+): $10.00 Youth (6–17... More
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kameagle
8 October 2017|
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Response from Janet S | Reviewed this property |
If the day is nice and not to hot you will take more time and really view everything inside and out. I am never there more than three hours. The staff in the house will answer any questions you have and enjoy doing it so... More
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oceanrainn
21 April 2017|
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Response from PAWMAW1983 | Reviewed this property |
The pools that were heated by the Springs are closed, but you can visit them. The actual Springs no longer are visible at the pools but are still there in the area.
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