Thursday, January 14, 2016

Fee Free Day at Sagamore Hill NHS- Theodore Roosevelt's Home

Theodore Roosevelt's beloved home, Sagamore Hill, in Oyster Bay, NY
July 2015 - PWM image

For Immediate Release: January 14, 2016              Contact: Shaileen McKenna 516-922-4788

Fee Free Day at Sagamore Hill

Oyster Bay, NY: On Sunday, January 17, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sagamore Hill National Historic Site will offer free first floor tours of Theodore Roosevelt’s home in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Sagamore Hill will be hosting 16 fee free days over the course of 2016 in celebration of the National Park Service Centennial.

Viewing Theodore Roosevelt’s home will be on the first floor only from 10:00am- 4:00pm. Guides will be posted in the home to provide an informative experience. Photography and video recording will not be allowed inside the house. Bags, packs, and strollers will not be permitted in the historical home during the tours—please plan accordingly. There will be no advanced reservations on Sunday, January 17th.


Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, located at 20 Sagamore Hill Road, Oyster Bay, New York, is a unit of the National Park Service.  The site was established by Congress in 1962 to preserve and interpret the structures, landscape, collections, and other cultural resources associated with Theodore Roosevelt’s home in Oyster Bay, New York. Our goal is to ensure that future generations understand the life and legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, his family, and the significant events associated with him.

For further information, visit our website at, or call 516-922-4788.

For a full list of National Park Fee Free days, go to


I had the opportunity to visit and tour Sagamore Hill during a visit in July 2015, and would strongly recommend you make plans to visit the extraordinary home in Oyster Bay, NY.

Theodore Roosevelt was a passenger on the Narcissus on August 18, 1914. The Theodore Roosevelt Association, The Friends of Sagamore Hill and the National Park Service at Sagamore Hill NHS have all been very helpful and supportive to the Narcissus Project at Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, ME.

Theodore Roosevelt preserved more than 230 million acres for conservation. Click here to read more.

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