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#1 of 13 Museums in Springfield
Unlike many museums of this type the Lincoln library combines things, holographic movies, costumes from the period, and it’s organized in a way easy for people of all ages to follow.
Well-done museum and one of our favorites of all the Presidential museums in the U.S. The exhibits are great, and some are rotating so there's something new to see periodically.
#2 of 13 Museums in Springfield
The home is interesting the tour guides are excellent museum films are good and wonderful historical reenactors also it's free!
We purposely made a trip through Springfield to visit the Lincoln Presidential Museum (fantastic!) and see Lincoln's original home.
#3 of 13 Museums in Springfield
The basement is the kids hands on area, which was fantastic and better than some of the above museums.
Love museums
#4 of 13 Museums in Springfield
The Illinois State Military Museum has an excellent collection of military history exhibits spanning the period from colonial America to the present day.
The museum covers the history of the Illinois National Guard from the French and Indian War to the modern war on terror.
#5 of 13 Museums in Springfield
Located on the same block as the Lincoln law office, across the street from the old capitol building, and within an easy walk of all the Lincoln sites, the Museum has a wonderful location.
#6 of 13 Museums in Springfield
It was a very interesting museum and he was very helpful about explaining things and showing us some very rare items including a diary.
Very interesting small museum
#7 of 13 Museums in Springfield
I nice little museum in the train station across the street from the Lincoln Museum & Library.
As an added treat after touring the Lincoln home and Lincoln Museum we visited Union Station.
#8 of 13 Museums in Springfield
This is a very informal museum and you could very well get access to planes unheard of at other historic plane museums.
This is a great little museum.