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Warm Springs

Photo of Warm Springs residence

The Warm Springs virtual field trip explores Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s personal ties to Georgia, including his struggle with polio and his interaction with Georgia citizens.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Little White House and the historic pools and springs through videos, images, and 360 experiences.
  • Connect FDR's time spent in rural Georgia to his New Deal programs.
  • Engage in critical thinking with discussion questions that probe enduring understandings in social studies.

More Ways to Watch

Download VR app on the App Store
Download VR app on Google Play Store
Download the Oculus app

Support Materials

360° Videos

Walk of Flags and Stones

Entrance to Little White House

President Roosevelt’s Bedroom

The Roosevelt’s Bathroom

Eleanor’s Bedroom

Secretary’s Bedroom

Living and Dining Room

Kitchen

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