Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site

Overview

Established as a unit of the National Park Service in 1990, the park commemorates the life, military career, and Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant, as well as his wife Julia Dent Grant. The site, also known as White Haven, consists of 9.65 acres holding five historic structures (main house, stone building, barn, chicken house, and ice house).

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Activities

Seasonality / Weather

Due to the indoor nature of this historic site, the historic site is open year-round, excluding some holidays, to the public.

Directions

Driving: 

Access by Interstate Highways (I-44, I-55, I-70, I-270), and various state roads.

Flying: 

St. Louis Lambert International Airport is the common choice and is serviced by most major airlines and many local, smaller airline carriers.

Public Transport: 

An Amtrak station and St. Louis bus system are available for transportation needs.