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Woodrow Wilson Birthplace

1824 N Coalter St, Staunton, VA 24401-2553
+1 540-885-0897
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Great tour and Guide.

The tour of the house where Wilson was born was great, Chris our guide was excellent.It was very... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
delana29
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Midland Park, NJ
Great house tour with wonderful docent

Your ticket for the tour of Woodrow Wilson's birth place (the manse where his family lived when his... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Roshnibegum
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Washington
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1824 N Coalter St, Staunton, VA 24401-2553
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The tour of the house where Wilson was born was great, Chris our guide was excellent.It was very interesting to see where Wilson was born.If you have a chance to visit. do it!!!! Worth the price of admission and a great part of our history!!!

Thank delana29
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Your ticket for the tour of Woodrow Wilson's birth place (the manse where his family lived when his father was minister at the local Presbyterian church) includes a self-directed visit to the museum and a short film on Wilson's life. While the house tour only...More

Thank Roshnibegum
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were on our way from PA to TN and planned to stop in Staunton to visit Woodrow Wilson's birthplace and museum. We are so glad we did! All of us in the family came away learning something new about our country's history. We also...More

Thank X2526IGalexandram
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful period home for the area. Well maintained. Only lived here 2 years as a baby before moving to Augusta, Ga. Wilson was the last President born before the Civil War and was heavily influenced by the condition of slavery. He father, a Christian minister,...More

Thank CarpeDiem45
Reviewed 1 July 2017

Along with the house there is an adjoining museum dedicated to Woodrow Wilson. Housed among all the items is the presidential Stutz Bearcat. Take a guided tour through the birthplace of our 28th president. See period pieces. Learn about his preacher father and how relocating...More

Thank ptajack
Reviewed 22 June 2017

The people who lead the tours here know what they are talking about and are passionate about what they are talking about. It was a very nice tour and really highlighted the differences between then and now, It would be really difficult for a professor...More

Thank Jennifer R
Reviewed 7 June 2017

A single entry ticket admits you to the Birthplace and Museum. We took the guided tour of the Birthplace first, offered by a friendly and informative guide. The museum is self-guided and includes a fascinating walk through a WWI bunker replica in the basement. This...More

Thank LJL1974
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

We were visiting the Woodrow Wilson Library and the home where he was born is next door. We visited it and heard about his parents and the history of the area at the time of his birth. The guides were good and we enjoyed the...More

Thank Bill Y
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Woodrow Wilson was here only as a baby when his father was a minister. That said it was interesting to visit a home of that time period. The guide was very informative. We did learn more about Woodrow Wilson's career.

Thank Jacklyn S
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Although Woodrow Wilson only lived here the first two years of his life, this house is charmingly decorated for the period. This museum provides a wonderful overview of his life and politics. I learned a lot about his presidency. The re-creation of a WWI trench...More

Thank Jean_on_a_beach
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