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One of southern Indiana’s true gems of living history. Travel back through time and walk through cabins showing life as it was during Abe Lincoln’s early years.

The Lincoln Pioneer Village is a historic memorial to Lincoln that visualizes the Spencer County environment in which Lincoln lived during the 14 formative years of his life, from 1816 to 1830.

Walk through cabins depicting life 200 years ago as Lincoln would have lived it. Visit the museum on the grounds with displays of military artifacts, clothing, utensils, spinning wheels and a rare rocker beater loom still in use today. See the hutch handmade by Abraham Lincoln!

 

Now available! Bicentennial Memento Ornaments!

Pick up your Bicentennial ornament at the museum today! One side is the Bicentennial logo and on the reverse is a picture of a boat at the bluff. Limited quantities! $5 each.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The “Friends of Lincoln Pioneer Village and Museum” is a non-profit organization that support the Village by various fund-raising events and activities to help in restoration and maintenance of the Village. If you would like to help by donating to this effort, please click the “Donate” button below. Thank you so much for your support!!


SUMMER HOURS

DAILY MAY-OCT 9-4


WINTER HOURS

Closed from November 1st through April 30.

School tours available during the month of April.
For information on booking a school tour for April or to request an appointment to to view the museum during the winter, please email the Museum Director