February 18th is Presidents Day!

The site will be open in honor Presidents Day  from 1pm – 4pm. (weather permitting)
Grover Cleveland was a proponent of governance as defined in the U.S. Constitution, and Presidents’ Day is a perfect time to re-visit how the Constitution created the title of the U.S. President in 1787, and how it laid out the associated responsibilities of the office.
Complimentary copies of Article 2 in the Constitution’s original phrases, as well as their accompanying amendments, will be available for visitors to take home. Contained in Article 2 of the Constitution, visitors will learn the titles associated with the office, explore details such as a candidate’s age requirements, election by electors, reasons for removal, invested powers, as well as limitations of power, residency requirements, and more.
During the winter months, it is recommended that visitors call the site ahead of time to confirm that snow or ice hasn’t impacted our hours.

The Museum and Gift Shop are staffed and open Wed -Sat: 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 4pm. Open Sundays 1pm – 4pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Parking: a ten-car lot is available on site, however, please call to confirm today’s status of parking availability, or alternatives. 973-226-0001