"When this library is filled with documents, and scholars come here to probe into some of the facts of the past half century, I hope that they, as we today, are concerned primarily with the ideals, principles, and trends that provide guides to a free, rich, peaceful future in which all peoples can achieve ever-rising levels of human well-being."
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Speech at the Ground Breaking Ceremonies for the Library, October 13, 1959
Be Ye Men of Valour: Allies of World War II
February 2014 - December 2016
Library 2nd Floor Gallery
Through Labor Day 2014
Library 1st Floor
See the Exhibits Schedule for details
July 25-26 Calling all bridge players! The first Dwight D. Eisenhower Bridge Benefit will be July 25-26 at the Eisenhower Presidential Library Courtyard, 200 Southeast Fourth Street, Abilene, Kan. The benefit, sponsored by the Abilene American Contract Bridge League and the Eisenhower Foundation, includes a social evening the night before the charity game that will raise funds for the Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home. read more
July 30 The 204th Army Band, United States Army Reserve, from Vancouver, Wash., will perform a free concert Wednesday, July 30 at 7 p.m. on the steps of the Eisenhower Presidential Library. read more
See the calendar of events for upcoming events
"Be Ye Men of Valour" Exhibit Now Open - A new exhibit at the Eisenhower Presidential Library tells the forgotten stories of the many smaller Allied countries during World War II. "Be Ye Men of Valour: Allies of World War II" explores the important victories, defeats and causes associated with these lesser-known nations and resistance groups. read more
Attn: Motorcyclists - Our north parking lot was recently repaved and is still settling. You may want to park in our south parking lot or be sure to use a kickstand disk.
|Take advantage of our partnership with Great Plains Theatre! Show your ticket stub and receive $5 in savings at either venue.|
Five Star Leaders - Five Star Leaders is an experiential-learning leadership program which challenges students in grades 8-12, college students, and adults to work together to solve a problem, confront a crisis, or accomplish a mission. Armed with original documents and knowledge of history and leadership, students take on the same challenges as those experienced by historical figures.
Boy Scouts of America - BSA Programs at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum teach the value of civic knowledge and engagement and encourage Scouts to be actively involved in the democratic process. Participating Scouts will earn the new Eisenhower Patch. The partnership between the Boy Scouts of America and the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum builds on Dwight D. Eisenhower's commitment to civic education.