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Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

  • 212 N 6th St Springfield, IL 62701
  • (217) 558-8934
  • Website
  • Monday – Sunday: 9:00am – 6:00pm

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is dedicated to preserving history and telling the story of Lincoln’s life and career as the 16th President of the United States. This museum goes WAY beyond the details you learn in school and paints a deep, comprehensive portrait of the man responsible for leading the States through the Civil War and abolishing slavery. They feature many permanent exhibits, as well as an impressive rotation of events, presentations, and artifacts related to Lincoln’s life, as well as that of his wife, First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, before and after his assassination. Millions of visitors from around the world have gathered to immerse themselves in fascinating history of one of the most influential men in world history, and whether you are a “history buff” or just an eager and curious learner, The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is an excellent place to cultivate your appreciation for this era in American history.