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Harry S. Truman National Historic Site - Truman Farm Home
The farmhouse, built in 1894 by Harry Truman's grandmother, is the centerpiece of a 11-acre remnant of the family's former 600-acre farm. Mr. Truman's home from 1906-1917 (ages 22-33) before leaving for WWI. Operated by the National Park Service. House is not open for tours. Farm grounds open all year from dawn to dusk. The Truman home in Independence is part of this national park site.
A real treat for fans of Presidential history
5 out of 5 stars
Beth S. - Gainesville, FL
Very fun, the NPS has so much information from neighbors about the Trumans that the stories they tell are wonderful. Come through the backdoor into the kitchen just like family and friends! A real treat for fans of presidential history.
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