Finished in 1932, the Little White House is a modest, six room one-story cottage. Franklin Delano Roosevelt built the Little White House in 1932 while he was the Governor of New York, prior to being inaugurated as The President of the United States in 1933.
Here you can learn about the Warm Springs which President Roosevelt swam in hoping to find a cure for the infantile paralysis (polio) that had struck him in 1921. You will also learn that during FDR's presidency and the Great Depression, he developed many New Deal Programs (such as the Rural Electrification Administration) based upon his experiences in this small town.
Member of American Bus Association, National Tour Association, Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association, Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, Atlanta Metro Travel Association and Travel South, Named "Industrial Partner of the Year" 2008 by the Gwinnett County Convention and Visitor's Bureau