When we arrived at the Visitor's Center and Museum, going to the Eisenhower house was one of the options listed. My husband and I decided to purchase a ticket and check it out and we are very glad we did! You have to pick a time in which a bus will pick you up from the museum to take you to the house. Once there, buses come often (I believe every half hour or hour) to pick you up and take you back to the museum. Seeing where the president lived was very interesting and I was very happy that we could actually walk around quite a bit in the house. The tour guides were very helpful in answering any questions we had, and we enjoyed wandering the grounds ourselves. I liked that it was not regimented and you could stay as long as you liked. It was a nice break in the day and I learned a lot! I agree with a previous reviewer. I think this would be more interesting for adults than children, but they do try their best to interact with the chidlren as well. I believe they have a secret agent program/activity for the kids to do to get them involved.
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