The William Howard Taft Historic site visit starts out in a building beside Taft's boyhood home with a 14 minute video presentation which was very interesting. The site is run by the national park service and a ranger walked us next door to the home after the video. She took us through a few of the rooms and answered many of our questions. We were then left on our own to explore the top floor which held many pictures and information about Taft. It hold my interest and I enjoyed the visit. The site is free of charge and there is also free parking in back of the visitor's center. We were there about 90 minutes.
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