Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums, Fremont

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#12 of 77 in Historic Sites in Ohio
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  • My wife and I had an odd bucket list by visiting as many presidential landmarks in Ohio this Summer. Today we enjoyed the Rutherford B Hayes museum. The library was closed today (Sunday), by the home ...  more »
  • While traveling from Washington, DC to Michigan, stopped at 2 presidential library/museum sites. Found the Hayes library/museum to be by far the better of the two. From some little-known historical ti...  more »
  • HPLM is a wonderful place for all ages. The museum has a lot of interesting exhibits. The home is beautiful and probably not appropriate for children under age 8. Have a visit, you won't be disappoint...  more »
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  • A great museum nestled in a beautiful park setting. Kids really enjoyed the interactive exhibits and the President and his wife were such interesting people to learn about. Only recommendation would be for picnic tables to be added on the grounds for picnics.
  • Came to watch Squires baseball. Very entertaining and great history of 1860s rules. Lots of fun!
  • Great site with lots of knowlegdeable, friendly folks. Wish they had allowed photos in the house and that our tour guide would have spoken up and enunciated better.
  • The guide is very knowledgeable, the architecture is beautiful. The furniture is original. Good place for kids
  • I visited the Hayes Library to do some genealogical research. The staff was helpful in finding the resources I needed. It was a positive experience.