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In a stunning combination of scholarship and showmanship, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum immerses you in Lincoln's world and time. Journey from a rustic Indiana cabin to the Executive Mansion in the nation's capitol; follow the...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
212 N 6th St, Northeast corner of 6th and Jefferson, Springfield, IL 62701-1004
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The museum is so well done. It is educational in an entertaining way. Be sure to park in the parking deck, not along the street. There is a two hour max for street parking. And that is not long enough to see and experience everything...More
We are on a quest to visit all the US Presidential libraries so I’ll put this in the context of all the libraries we’ve been to which is seven. First, this consists of two large buildings the Museum and the Library. Parking for the Museum...More
This is an excellent museum, easy to access and very well laid out. Plenty of parking in a multi storey car park over the road. The exhibits are well laid out with good descriptions alongside. The internal theatre was easy to access as we had...More
We were pleasantly surprised to find the museum very well laid out with lots of interesting information about Abraham Lincoln. Real life like displays, pictures, audio presentation were very well worth the price and time. Staff was very helpful too.
We honestly weren't sure what to expect but this museum is outstanding! They have skillfully made the Lincolns come alive. Through riveting recreations and wax figures, you are offered glimpses of his early years, political rise, tragic family losses and the angst he experienced as...More
I don’t know. I was with a friend and she purchased a membership. It gave us admission for a year to this and many other museums around the country. Call the museum, they are very helpful. Enjoy your visit.