An official Path Through History Site! Millard Fillmore House is a National Historic Landmark house. The clapboard Millard Fillmore House Museum shows how the 13th president and his wife lived in the early 1800s when Fillmore was the small town's only lawyer. The house features period pieces from the time that the president lived there, including his bed, antique toys, a restored fireplace and pantry with tin ware and pottery. There is also a carriage barn and Presidential Rose Garden with pre-1840 varieties.