Eisenhower National Historic Site Offers Visitors Onsite Parking for Self-guided Tours
September 30, 2020
Eisenhower National Historic Site has implemented limited temporary onsite parking to allow visitors free access to see the grounds of the Eisenhower Farm and Farm 2 (Brandon Farm), access to the Audio Tour and access to the interpretive waysides present at the historic site.
The Eisenhower Home and Reception Center will continue to be closed during this time.
The site will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Park Rangers will provide informal interpretation services through intermittent roves, or visits, to different areas of the site.
Read the National Park Service’s full press release, learn about the health and safety protocols for visitors, get driving directions and a temporary parking lot location map online. Information on the National Park Service’s virtual tours is also available online. Details and updates on park operations will continue to be posted on the National Park Service’s website and social media channels.