|Harry S. Truman's farm home in Grandview, Missouri|
But as of March 24, Truman’s old white-board home in Independence (which he far preferred to the other White House he lived in, dubbing the latter, “the great white jail”) will be closed on national holidays, Sundays and Mondays. The Noland house across the street, which once belonged to Truman’s cousins, is being shuttered for good. And though visitors can still mosey around the grounds of the family farm in Grandview, Missouri, they’ll no longer be able to tour the house.
And if you can, take a trip to the Truman Library and Museum. It's well worth it for anyone interested in the man who is, I'll wager, the most underrated US President. In the meantime, you could check out their website.