The noted politician and statesman Daniel Webster was a lawyer, congressman, senator, US secretary of state and a leader of the Whig party in the early years of the 19th century. His birthplace in Franklin, New Hampshire is a state historic site and part of the New Hampshire State Park System.
The site is still in a quiet rural setting in modern New Hampshire. Just after passing a small brook on North Road in Franklin you will come across the historical marker, there is no other signage. The house is on one side of the road and a small parking area with porta-potty is on the opposite side of the street. The site is open Saturdays and Sundays 09:00-5:00 during the summer.
The back of the house has the open stable an a ground well.
There is an attendant during the weekends in the summer and the interior of the cabin is open at these times.