Historic Sites

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
Hodgenville, Kentucky

Visitors come here to catch a glimpse into the formative years of Abraham Lincoln, the

Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum
Harrogate, Tennessee

Located on the beautiful campus of Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee,

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum
Springfield, Illinois

The Illinois State Historical Library was created in 1889 by the Illinois General Assem

Apple River Fort
Elizabeth, Illinois

The war, which lasted only 16 weeks, ended the threat of Indian attacks in the area and

David Wills House
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

The Civil War came to the doorstep of the Wills home in 1863.

Executive Mansion
Springfield, Illinois

Carefully restored in 1971, the building houses many treasures.

Ford's Theatre National Historic Site
Washington, District Of Columbia

In 1861, theatre entrepreneur John T.

Fort Jefferson National Park
Dry Tortugas, Florida

The construction of the fort began in 1846 and was planned and supervised by the U.S.

Gettysburg National Military Park
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

The Union victory at the Battle of Gettysburg in the summer of 1863 ended General Rober

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
Lincoln City, Indiana

At the Memorial Visitor Center, visitors can watch a15 minute orientation film and walk

Lincoln Family Church
Springfield, Illinois

The Lincoln family began attending the church in 1850 after the death of three-year-old

Lincoln Home National Historic Site
Springfield, Illinois

Abraham Lincoln left his home of seventeen years to serve

Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site
Lerna, Illinois

Today, Lincoln Log Cabin is an 86-acre historic site that is owned and operated by the

Lincoln Memorial
Washington, District Of Columbia

“In this temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union, the memory

Lincoln Museum
Hodgenville, Kentucky

The museum's main exhibits include a dozen dioramas of pivotal times in the life of the

Lincoln's Tomb
Springfield, Illinois

The 117-foot Tomb, designed by sculptor Larkin Mead, is constructed of brick sheathed w

Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site
Springfield, Illinois

The Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices are within the only remaining building in which Abraham

Macon County Historical Museum And Prairie Village
Decatur, Illinois

Abraham Lincoln and his family made Macon County their first home in Illinois after arr

Mary Todd Lincoln House
Lexington, Kentucky

Mary Todd was not born at this house but moved here with her family in 1832 when she wa

Maryland State House
Annapolis, Maryland

The Maryland State House is the oldest state capitol still in continuous legislative us

Mount Pulaski Courthouse
Mount Pulaski, Illinois

The two-story brick building stands at the center of the Mount Pulaski public square.

National Underground Railroad & Freedom Center
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Freedom Center's physical location in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, is just a few step

Petersen House
Washington, District Of Columbia

At 7:22am on April 15, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln died on a bed in the Petersen Ho

President Lincoln's Cottage
Washington, District Of Columbia

During the Civil War, President Lincoln and his family resided here from June to Novemb

Presidential Museum Of Odessa
Odessa, Texas

The Presidential Museum is unique in that it is the only museum in the United States de

Stephen Douglas Tomb
Chicago, Illinois

The Douglas Monument Association was organized in 1861 to build a suitable memorial at