U.S. Presidents Andrew Johnson, Ulysses Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James Garfield, Chester Arthur, Benjamin Harrison, and William McKinley served in the Civil War. One of many interesting facts! Read more.
On 4/27/09, U.S. President Obama announced the President's Council of Advisors on Science & Technology (PCAST). Teach your children about science and technology with one of many interactive displays! Read more.
U.S. President Obama is the first President to brew beer in the White House! Visitors are able to observe the brewing process firsthand and get a close-up view of a working production brewery. Read more.
U.S. President James Madison loved beer so much that he wanted to establish a Secretary of Beer for the Cabinet! Enjoy your drink inside this building of brick walls, wooden beams and hardwood floors. Read more.
U.S. President Gerald Ford was famously caught on film steering a riverboat ship during his Presidency! Enjoy countless themed cruises like Murder Mystery, Pirates, Fall Foliage, Fireworks, and more! Read more.
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt created 50 wildlife refuges, and also popularized the idea of respect for nature during his tenure as Commander in Chief! Travel 150 acres on a guided safari tour! Read more.
Pop in here for directions, maps or book an Amish Farmlands Tour. Ask about The Pilgrim's Pathway and follow the path to freedom. Read more.
You won’t find the Gettysburg Address on the napkins but you may find everything else on the menu. Also key: this spot is 24/7. Read more.