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Warren G. Harding Home and Memorial Historic Sites

Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

Key things to do or see when you visit.

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History

History

Explore the Harding Home's significance to Ohio History.

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Harding Symposium 2013

Harding Symposium 2013

July 19-20, attend "Scandals and the United States Presidency," featuring John Dean.

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Local Management

Local Management

The Harding Home is locally managed by The Marion Technical College.

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Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts

Learn more about the historic site.

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Laddie Boy and Friends Benefit for Humane Society

Laddie Boy and Friends Benefit for Humane Society

June 1, mingle with "guests" from the Marion County Humane Society. Click here!

740-387-9630/800-600-6894
Harding Home and Tomb are managed locally by Marion Technical College.

November – May
By appointment only.

May 25, 2013 - Sept. 1, 2013
Monday - Tuesday: Open by appointment
Wednesday - Sunday: Noon - 5:00 p

Closed most major holidays

Open July 4
Noon - 5 p

September - October
Monday - Friday: by appointment
Saturday & Sunday: Noon - 5 p

Admission

Adults: $7
Children (6 - 11): $3
Children (5 & under):  FREE
School Groups: $3/per student
Seniors (ages 60+): $6
Ohio Historical Society Members: FREE
AAA members $6
Military discounts are available.

Groups
The Harding Home welcomes group tours by appointment Monday through Friday year round. To receive the group discount of $6 per person, reservations are required and can be made by calling the site. Complimentary admission are given to the bus driver and escort of motorcoach groups visiting the Harding Home. (Please call 800-600-6894 for more group tour information and booking reservations.

School Tours
The Harding Home and Museum would like to extend an invitation to all schools to visit the home. Free curriculum materials can be obtained by downloading the material from the Harding teacher page or by calling the site.
 

Handicapped Accessibility
Ohio Historical Society strives to meet ADA requirements. However, historic structures and outdoor areas provide challenges that make it difficult to provide complete access to all visitors. Please call the site with specific questions and concerns. The Press House Museum is handicap accessible.