Ohio Presidential Trail

See why Ohio is called the Birthplace of Presidents!

 

William Henry Harrison Tomb

Managed by the Harrison-Symmes Memorial Foundation (an Ohio History Connection site)

844.288.7709
William Howard Taft National Historic Site

Managed by the National Park Service

513.684.3262
U.S. Grant Birthplace

Managed by Historic New Richmond, Inc. (an Ohio History Connection site)

800.283.8932
U.S. Grant Boyhood Home
U.S. Grant Schoolhouse

Managed by Ulysses S. Grant Homestead Association (an Ohio History Connection site)

877.372.8177
Warrren G. Harding Presidential Sites
Warren G. Harding Presidential Site - Memorial

Directly managed by the Ohio History Connection site

800.600.6894
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums

Managed by the Hayes Presidential Center, Inc. (an Ohio History Connection site)

800.998.7737
Garfield Memorial

Managed by Lakeview Cemetery

216.421.2665
James A. Garfield National Historic Site

Managed by the National Park Service

440.255.8722
James A. Garfield Birthplace

Managed by the Moreland Hills Historical Society

440.248.1188
Hiram College

Managed by Hiram College
Garfield and Lucretia met while studying at the future Hiram College.
Later Garfield became the college's president.

330.569.3211
William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum and McKinley Memorial

Managed by the William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum

330.455.7043
First Ladies’ National Historic Site

Museum/Saxton McKinley House

First Ladies’ National Historic Site

Education and Research Center
Managed by the National Park Service

330.452.0876
National McKinley Birthplace Museum

Managed by the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial Association

330.652.4273
National McKinley Memorial Library

Governed by the McKinley Memorial Library Board of Trustees

330.652.1704
McKinley Birthplace Home

Managed by the McKinley Memorial Library

330.652.1704 ext. 6
Fallen Timbers Battlefield Memorial Park

Managed by Metro Parks Toledo (an Ohio History Connection Site)
Harrison participated in the Battle of Fallen Timbers and was present at the negotiating and signing of the Treaty of Greenville.

800.860.0149
Fort Meigs

Managed by the Fort Meigs Association (an Ohio History Connection Site)
Harrison used the fort as a defensive checkpoint to prevent any further British advances into American territory and to buy the American forces enough time to build a naval force to meet the British on Lake Erie and defeat them.

800.283.8916
Harding Cabin

The cabin served as a favorite retreat for President Harding.

740.869.2020