Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum and Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site
Both the first modern presidential library and the home of our only four-term president are in historic Hyde Park, N.Y. The site's attractions also include Val-Kill, Eleanor Roosevelt's retreat. Completed in 1941 in a spectacular Hudson River setting, the library houses a study where FDR used to work.
Don't miss: The 32nd president's 1936 Ford Phaeton features hand controls because FDR was paralyzed by polio. "He was disabled," said the museum spokesman, Clifford Laube, "but he didn't let it slow him down."