If you’re looking for an incredibly unique experience this summer, might we interest you in a trip back in time?
One of Western New York’s most popular destinations, the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site is now open again for business.
Here, visitors have the opportunity to step back in time and into the world that the 26th President of the United States himself knew. Walk where he walked, hear the challenges he faced, and really get a sense of what it was like to lead our nation during such a pivotal time in its history.
Here are 5 reasons to put the TR Inaugural Site on your WNY summer bucket list this year:
1. Choose Your Own Adventure
Visitors now have the opportunity to take immersive, multimedia Virtual Tours of the TR Inaugural Site online at any time. “Visit” before you book an in-person tour for the full effect!
2. A Top-Rated Experience
Did you know: The TR Inaugural Site is ranked #5 of 149 things to do in Buffalo according to TripAdvisor.com, the world’s largest travel platform, making it a can’t-miss during the summer season.
3. Be in the Room Where it Happened
The TR Inaugural Site is the exact location where one of the most amazing and improbable moments in American history took place. Visitors will explore the site where the story is told about a man thrust into national prominence following a great tragedy.
4. Experience History
The TR Inaugural Site is also one of only four locations in the nation where the Presidential Oath of Office was administered outside of the nation’s capital. Plus, it’s Western New York’s only National Park service facility.
5. Contrast With Life Today
Visitors of the TR Inaugural Site will uncover just how much (or how little!) has changed in the last 120 years since this peaceful transfer of power took place at 641 Delaware Avenue. Learn more about TR’s ascension to the Presidency and you just might be surprised at what you find!
Book Your Experience Today
To find out what’s in store for you when you explore the TR Inaugural Site this summer, visit its website trsite.org and book your tour online today.
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site
641 Delaware Avenue