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Celebrating Lincoln’s 213th birthday

Kentucky Living readers submit many photos each year centered around Abraham Lincoln. Here are a few of our favorites.

Lincoln statue, Louisville. Photo: Tabitha Miller
A closeup of the seated Lincoln statue in downtown Hodgenville. Photo: Linda Ireland
The Memorial Building at the Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park. Photo: Linda Ireland
Lincoln Heritage Home in Elizabethtown. Photo: Susan Ingram
Abraham Lincoln Bridge in Louisville. Drone photo: Ryan Russell
Lincoln Homestead Park in Springfield KY. The view from a window where Lincoln's mother once lived. Photo: Monica Smith

The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville

Did you know? Travel just 3 miles from the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park and you can learn about young Abe’s formative frontier days, the chores he did and the people who influenced him during his “Cabin Years.” The exhibit is among the life-size dioramas, wax figures, funeral train exhibit and more at one of Kentucky’s favorite museums, located in the Downtown Hodgenville National Historic District. 

The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris
The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville. Photo: Wade Harris

Travels with Joe

Kentucky Living’s Joe Arnold has been a long-time admirer of our 16th president. Read about the journey he took with his two sons tracing Lincoln’s footsteps.

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