Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan celebrates the life of the 38th President of the United States, Gerald Ford, and First Lady Betty Ford. The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum preserves the legacy of two great Americans and offers visitors an illuminating glimpse into a unique time period in American history.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum features over 12,000 square feet of unique exhibits honoring the life and work of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford. In addition, the museum celebrates American culture and history. A highlight of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is an interactive replica of the oval office and cabinet room of President Gerald Ford's tenure in office during 1975. Visitors can step right into history and explore the inner workings of America's most powerful room. History comes alive in this innovative exhibit.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum offers personal memorabilia, photographs and artifacts that present an intimate portrait of the 38th president. Visitors can explore exhibits dedicated to Watergate and learn more about one of the most controversial times in presidential history. Fascinating exhibits also chronicle the life and times of First Lady Betty Ford. Additional exhibits are dedicated to 1970's American culture and other American presidential history.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is a unique experience that allows visitors to travel back in time and revisit a profound moment in American history. The museum honors the grand achievements of two great Americans and inspires visitors from around the world. Experience history right at your fingertips and dare to dream of great things to come.