Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park

New York

(212) 486-0195

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Historic Sites


Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park is located on Roosevelt Island in New York City. The park, designed by architect Louis I. Kahn, is free to the public.

Its name derives from a January 6, 1941 speech delivered by President Roosevelt, in which he described his vision for a world founded on four essential human freedoms: freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.

The park is operated in partnership with the Four Freedoms Park Conservancy and offers visitors a free interactive digital educational resource, accessible on any mobile device.

Map of FDR Four Freedoms Park (NY)

Latitude, Longitude: 40.750800, -73.960412



The park is open every day except Tuesday. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Park Partners

Four Freedoms Park Conservancy

The Four Freedoms Park Conservancy operates and maintains the park in partnership with New York State Parks. The non-profit conservancy provides public programming as well as the fdr4freedoms digital resource, an educational initiative that tells the story of the Roosevelt era in historic video, audio and photos. Contact the conservancy for more information about getting involved.

(212) 204-8831



Roosevelt Island is accessible via the Roosevelt Island Bridge located in Long Island City, Queens.

Public Transportation

Roosevelt island is accessible via the Roosevelt Island Tram, located at 59th Street and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan, via subway using the F train, or via the Q102 bus.

Phone Numbers


(212) 486-0195