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Unfortunately it was a rainy day when we visited but the centre has a good exhibition and film all about Lincoln. By the time we had fished these the rain wasn’t as hard so my husband walked up to the main memorial and said it...More
This is the National Park Service Historic Site where Abraham Lincoln was born at 2995 Lincoln Farm Road,Hodgenvile, KY, 41747,
270-358-3137. This is the Sinking Spring Site or Farm that was settled by Lincoln’s parents, Thomas and Nancy, settles in 1808 where Lincoln was born...More
The visitor center and film give a good picture of Lincoln's early life in Kentucky. It was interesting to note, that although he was born into very simple life circumstances, his family was not as poor as I had always thought.
It was also interesting...More
Let me start by saying I'm a history person. We drove out of my way to visit this park and was told by the individual in the shop that we must see his cabin. I explained I had a bad knee and couldn't make the...More
This is a beautiful area and the walk up to the cabin is nice. We took the ramp up and the stairs down. The ranger played a quick movie for us at the visitors center. I wish it had a gift shop that was open...More
We spent a day of our KY trip with a focus on Lincoln. This site was very nice. We got to see a bit of what life was like for Lincoln. The cabin on display is nice, but it is disputed as to whether it...More
This is a beautiful National Park with lots of area to explore. The hiking trails are very nice and easy, the exhibits are amazing, and the scenery is wonderful. It's worth taking the time to see everything and enjoy the history.
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Depends on how much time you have, how interested you are in learning about Lincoln and what the weather is like. One hour is good if you want to just see what's there. If you do the visitor center and film more like 2... More
Depends on how much time you have, how interested you are in learning about Lincoln and what the weather is like. One hour is good if you want to just see what's there. If you do the visitor center and film more like 2 hours. If you want to walk the grounds that's probably another hour because there are pathways through some woods and grasslands. Have fun!