Mom-in-Chief: May 22nd to January 9th Read more here.
The Art of First Lady Ellen Axson Wilson: American Impressionist
America's First Lady, Michelle Obama
First Lady Michelle Obama helps plant trees at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens in Washington D.C. (Official White House Photo by Samantha Appleton)
Eyes on First Ladies, The Power of the Press. Read more here
Previous Exhibit: Rising to the Occasion
Mary Lincoln's fan, a featured piece in this exhibit (Photo bv Michelle Guillon, National First Ladies' Library) Read more here
White House Weddings
Many events for adults & children throughout the year
Tour Our Facilities
Ballroom at the Ida Saxon McKinley House.
Events at a Glance

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The NFLL will be Closed November 27th for Thanksgiving.  We will be open Friday, November 28th and Saturday, November 29th for tours. 


All tours are guided! 

  • TOUR HOURS: For tour reservations call 330-452-0876, ext. 320 
    Monday: CLOSED, no tours, gift shop open 9 a.m - 4 p.m.

    Tuesday-Saturday: 9:30 & 10:30 a.m. and 12:30, 1:30 & 2:30 p.m


Reservations required for groups of 6 or more only, recommended for all


 New  BLOG Post!! 

   First Ladies and the Occult: Seances and Spritiualists, Part 1

.   written by NFLL historian and author, Carl S. Anthony  


<b>NFLL Blog:</b><b>First  Ladies and The Occult! NFLL Blog:First Ladies and The Occult!

First Ladies & Ancestral Identity First Ladies & Ancestral Identity

Miniature First Lady Gown Reproductions Miniature First Lady Gown Reproductions

Obama Becomes Honorary Chair of NFLL Obama Becomes Honorary Chair of NFLL

Visit our Newsroom:<br>  press kit, releases & First Ladies news Visit our Newsroom:
press kit, releases & First Ladies news

Visit the <b>gift shop</b> for unique First Lady items Visit the gift shop for unique First Lady items

Take our First Ladies Take our First Ladies' "Quote Quiz" and test your knowledge

<b>TEACHERS!</b><br>Lesson Plans & Historical Timeline for educators TEACHERS!
Lesson Plans & Historical Timeline for educators


November 8

"Lincoln's Scuptress" Tea


  • 11 am
  • $35 Admission $31 Members

Highlights 18 yr old VINNIE REAM who became infamous when her white marble sculpture of President Abraham Lincoln was unveiled in the US Capitol in 1871 where it still stands in the rotunda. 


December 4  

Light Up Downtown


  • Free
  • 6:30-8:30

 Festive evening of Christmas Lights and holiday cheer


December 6 

Christmas Candlelight Tour 

Make your reservations early for this one!  Limited availability and quite popular!! 

  •  4:30 pm
  • $15.00 Admission  $12.00 Members 

Special candlelight program & tour to see the Saxton McKinley Home.  Also, it is a great historic peek of past First Families! 


FOR ALL RESERVATIONS CALL 330 452 0876  X 307