Miller Center

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial

CPC Catalog > Organization: Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial

Location [ map ]

3027 East South Street
Lincoln City, IN 47552

http://www.nps.gov/libo/index.htm

Description:

Memorial Visitor Center Completed in 1943, the building was designed with two memorial halls and a connecting cloister. The Memorial Court features five sculptured panels, the work of E.H. Daniels, marking significant periods in the life of Abraham Lincoln. A good place to begin your visit, pick up a park brochure, map and trail guide.

Museum Exhibits Artifacts and exhibits portray the life of Abraham Lincoln. Learn about his family, boyhood, and frontier life in Indiana.

Lincoln Living Historical Farm The farm is a working pioneer homestead with a log cabin, outbuildings, split rail fences, livestock, gardens and field crops. Rangers dressed in period clothing perform a variety of activities typical of daily life in the 1820s. From mid-April through September the buildings are open. Visitors are invited to visit and browse around the farm site throughout the year.

(from http://www.nps.gov/libo/planyourvisit/index.htm)

Categories: Abraham Lincoln,

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