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Visit Indiana’s first National Park. Learn about Lincoln’s life from 1816 to 1830 when he lived here with his family through exhibits, artifacts, and film presentation at the Memorial Visitor Center. Then, walk around the homestead visiting the Lincoln Living Historical Farm replete with livestock and gardens, the Cabin Site Memorial, Lincoln Spring, and Pioneer Cemetery, where Nancy Hanks Lincoln, Lincoln’s mother is buried. The half-mile Twelve Stones Trail offers a chronological look at significant events in Lincoln’s life. Living history interpreters dressed in period clothing demonstrate activities typical of daily life in the 1820’s such as cooking, quilt-making, farming, and more. There is an entrance fee or use your America the Beautiful Pass.
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