Admission to the President James A. Garfield Memorial Cabin and Birth Site, Monument, and Historic Site is free.
- Open June – September on Saturdays from 10am – 1pm.
- Location: (Map It) Moreland Hills, Ohio
- Phone: 440-248-1188
Please note that this is President James A. Garfield’s birth site, not the historic site, which is in Mentor, Ohio. Here, you will see a replica memorial cabin like that which was built by Garfield’s father in 1829.
James A. Garfield Monument:
- Open April 1 – November 19 from 9am – 4pm daily
- Location: (Map It) Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio
- Phone: 216-421-2665
President Garfield is buried in Lake View Cemetery, located in University Circle east of downtown Cleveland. As you enter Lake View Cemetery at the Euclid or Mayfield Gate, follow the signs leading to the monument. Garfield (1831-1881) was the 20th President of the United States and was elected to office in 1880. He was assassinated in 1881 four months after his inauguration by Charles Guiteau.
James A. Garfield National Historic Site National Park Service:
- Open May 1 – October 31 from 10am – 5pm (closed Sun & Mon) and open Nov 1 – Apr 30 from 12-5pm on Saturday
- Location: (Map It) 8095 Mentor Avenue, Mentor, OH 44060
- Phone: 440-255-8722
- Web: click here
James A. Garfield National Historic Site commemorates and interprets the life, family, and career of James Abram Garfield, college professor and principal, Civil War general, member of Congress, and 20th President of the United States. This eight-acre property includes the Garfield home (purchased in 1876; expanded in 1880 and 1885-86), memorial library, 1880 presidential campaign office, and several outbuildings. The grounds are free; access to museum exhibits, film, and guided house tours is $5.00 /person for anyone 16 and older. The site regularly hosts several expanded tours, including a “Behind the Scenes” tour and a special tour for kids. Numerous programs and special events throughout the year further interpret James A. Garfield’s legacy and important role in American history.