Take your kids, friends and just about anyone who has head of Abraham Lincoln. Excellent national park depicting Lincoln’s formative years and life in the early 1800’s. Orientation video in the welcome center and static displays will help educate you before walking the site. There are interpretive guides in period costume to make the story come alive. If you don’t have a lot of time, check out the visitor center, but take at least a couple of hours to see it all in more detail. Picnic tables are available if you bring your lunch. Lots of shade and nice walking paths but wear comfortable shoes. I would have paid the entry fee if necessary.
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