Harding Home Presidential Site, Marion
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
The Harding Home, built in 1891, was the home to Warren and Florence Harding for 30 years. They moved from their Marion home to the White House when Warren was inaugurated as President of the United States in March 1921. The home is 95 percent original in content, making it a gem among house museums and presidential sites. It has been open as a museum since 1926.Add Harding Home Presidential Site and other attractions to your Marion trip itinerary using our Marion tour planner.
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My wife and I enjoyed the presentation of the Hardings. It is great that Ms. Harding had the foresight to preserve the home and the vast majority of the furnishings. The short film and rather simple b... read more »
I was fortunate to have a personal tour (no other tourists were about) of this home that is virtually as Florence Cling Harding left it when she passed away in 1924. The guide was extremely personable... read more »
Ohio is blessed with a number of presidential sites. The Harding home is not large, but it provides a very good overview of one of our lesser known presidents (died in office after only 29 months). Th... read more »
I took my three grandsons to both the museum and the memorial and had an awesome day. Our guide Shannon did an excellent job involving the guests during the tour and my grandchildren repeated the stories almost verbatim to their parents when they got home. We had a great day and the kids want go back next year!
It was super interesting and I live close by
We loved our tour through the beautiful Harding home. The staff was extremely knowledgeable, and overall Fantastic! We had a terrific time.
Very informative! Lots of cool stuff!
An excellent little piece of history in our dirty little back yard..
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