Are you interested in visiting the Harding Home Presidential Site? We would love to have you! Click on the headlines below to learn more about the Home, what to expect during your visit, and our hours and admission rates.
The Harding Home, the residence of Warren G. and Florence Harding from 1891 to 1921, has been open continuously as a museum since 1926. The museum opened just three years after President Harding died from a heart attack in 1923. Mrs. Harding died just 15 months later from kidney disease, which had plagued her for many years. In her will, she made arrangements for the home and the bulk of the contents to go into the hands of the Harding Memorial Association. The house was restored to its 1900 appearance in 1965 by the privately operated Harding Memorial Association, which owned the site at that time. It is now undergoing a second restoration to return the site to its 1920 appearance, the year of Harding’s famous front porch campaign and election. It is closed until that restoration is complete and will debut its new look on May 4, 2019.
The Harding Home is closed for restoration, although you can still reach the site administration by calling or emailing. The Harding Home will reopen on May 4, 2019.
Get a early look at the video visitors to the Warren Harding Home and Museum view prior to their tour.
Hours vary depending on the time of the year.
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