The Harding Presidential Sites’ Waffle Breakfast Returns April 9th

The Harding Presidential Sites’ Waffle Breakfast is back in 2022! The breakfast is scheduled for 7:30- 11:30 a.m. on April 9 at the Warren G. Harding Presidential Library & Museum’s beautiful event space. The waffle breakfast has a special tie to the story of Warren and Florence Harding. Warren’s favorite

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Harding Presidential Sites Closed on February 3rd and 4th due to Weather Conditions

The Harding Presidential Sites will be closed on February 3rd and February 4th due to inclement weather. Any tickets purchased online for visits on this date will be refunded in full. The Harding Presidential Sites will resume normal operations on Saturday, February 5th, if weather conditions permit.

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Virtual Program to Focus on President Harding’s Younger Brother

Join Harding Presidential Sites Researcher Jon Andersen as he explores the life and work of Dr. George T. Harding Jr., younger brother of President Warren G. Harding. Dr. Harding founded the Columbus Rural Rest Home in 1916, which later was renamed Harding Hospital. The facility offered one of the earliest

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Harding Presidential Sites Closed On Veterans Day

The Harding Presidential Library and Harding Home are closed for Veterans Day on November 11th. The Harding Presidential Sites will resume normal operations on November 12th.

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Harding Sites Closed on September 24 for Private Event

The Harding Presidential Library & Museum and Harding Home will be closed to the public on Friday, Sept. 24 for a private event. The site also will be closed until noon on Saturday morning, Sept. 25, while the annual Presidential Wreathlaying takes place at 10:30 a.m. at the Harding Memorial.

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Realistic portraits of President, First Lady to greet visitors to Presidential Library

Visitors to the new Warren G. Harding Presidential Library & Museum will glimpse the personalities of 29th President and First Lady through two new pieces of art on display in the lobby of the building. The Ohio History Connection commissioned Marion native Danny Day, a professional artist living in San

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