Audio Tours

Welcome to FDR Four Freedoms State Park: A Journey Through Hope and Human Rights

Join us on this self-guided audio tour as we embark on a journey through history, ideals, and breathtaking vistas. As you explore the park, feel the spirit of President Roosevelt’s vision come alive. Gaze upon the granite pylons etched with words that resonate across generations, stand where dignitaries have gathered, and soak in the panoramic views of the East River and 3 borough’s skylines.

Our tour will be your companion, offering insights into:

  • The historical context surrounding the Four Freedoms speech: We’ll delve into the world events that shaped Roosevelt’s vision and the enduring relevance of his words today.
  • The symbolism of the park’s design: Each element, from the pylons to the gardens, holds significance, reflecting the interconnectedness of the four freedoms.
  • The legacy of President Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt: Their dedication to human rights and social justice continues to inspire action and reflection.

So, put on your headphones, lace up your shoes, and let’s begin our exploration!

This is the first ever audio tour at the Park and we’d love your feedback!

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