The Little White House in Key WestUnder doctor's orders, President Harry S. Truman sought refuge in the warm Florida sun during the winter of 1946. He fell so much in love with the historic Key West home in which he took residence that he returned every year through 1952, giving it the nickname "The Little White House." First built for Naval officers in 1890, the home's sprawling gardens and current structure were completed in 1911, housing Thomas Edison throughout World War I, decades before Truman moved in.
- Botanical Gardens - 7am-6pm, daily
- Museum Store - 9am-5pm, daily
- House Tour - 9am-4:30pm, 365 days | a year
- Adults - $16.13 | online - $15
- Youth (ages 5-12) - $5.38 | online - $4.50
- Seniors - $13.98 | online - $13
- Children Under 5 - FREE!
- Truman's Birthday
- Truman Legacy Symposium
- Live Music