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The is Lincoln’s Boyhood National Memorial, managed by the National Park Service, actually His Boyhood Roots on the Knob Creek, located at 7120 Bardstown Road, KY 42748, 592-549-3741, where his family leased and farmed 30 acres on Knob Creek. There is a paved parking lot,...More
Drove out of my way to visit Lincoln's birthplace cabin and his boyhood home. It was raining on this particular day and people were driving up and taking a picture from their car and going on their merry way, thinking this was Lincoln's boyhood home....More
There is not a lot to see here, but the history is great, the rangers are awesome, and there is a short hiking trail that least to the stream where Lincoln almost drown as a child. It's worth stopping or even going out of your...More
We went to the Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Home during scheduled visiting hours, but weans several other visitors could not get in as there were no employees on premises. We walked around the property and in the field, but the actual exhibits were unavailable.
It was interesting to read about his mom and dad. Most history only talks about him becoming a lawyer and his presidency. It will be much better when they restore the Lincoln Tavern as the visitors center.
I "googled" the information, and according to what I saw this site is still closed. You can, however, visit the BIRTHPLACE of Abe Lincoln, which is only a couple of miles away. That Park really is worth the time to see... More
I "googled" the information, and according to what I saw this site is still closed. You can, however, visit the BIRTHPLACE of Abe Lincoln, which is only a couple of miles away. That Park really is worth the time to see. You can check out my review on it. Also, perhaps you could ask the part officers if they have any info on when the boyhood home site will open. Then, if they know, you could post the info on Trip Advisor for the rest of us! Have a wonderful trip, and I know you will love the Birthplace Park.