Eisenhower National Historic Site

Size: 690 Acres 

Overview: President Dwight D. Eisenhower and his family lived for many years at their farm beside Gettysburg Battlefield. The house was a relaxing retreat, the farm had a herd of black Angus cattle, and many world leaders came to meet and discuss important issues here. Today the Eisenhower National Historic Site preserves and maintains 690 acres of farmlands, as well as the Eisenhower home, as it all was when the Eisenhowers lived here. Come visit this historic and picturesque place, and learn about the President, his life, and his home.

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