Lincoln Heritage Museum
The Lincoln Heritage amazing museum experience. Explore our website to learn more about us, how you can support the museum and volunteer with us, and plan a visit to us today! The Lincoln Heritage Museum is the place to bring your family and school groups.  Be a part of our interactive museum.  See significant original items on exhibit that belonged to Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Heritage Museum. These are law books that belonged to Lincoln and his law partner William Herndon. Connect with Lincoln's life here at the Lincoln Heritage Museum. Learn more about the characteristics that made him great.

Museum Hours

Make a visit today to our brand new museum—one of the 30 most amazing university museums in the world. (bestcollegesonline ranking, 2013).


Monday-Friday: 9:00 am – 4 pm
Saturday: 1:00pm – 4 pm
Open other hours by appointment


Closed: December 18 – January 3
Closed on all federal holidays except Lincoln’s birthday
Closed all holiday weekends.

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News & Events

January 14, 2015
Displays mark 150th anniversaries of Lincoln’s assassination and founding of Lincoln College

“Now He Belongs to the Ages” commemorates the 150th anniversary of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. The exhibit includes an 1865 pallbearer’s glove, a broadside showing the route of President Lincoln’s funeral train, and a replica of the Derringer pistol Booth to shoot President Lincoln. “When John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln on April Read the full article…

December 15, 2014
The LHM will be closed December 20th, 2014-January 4th, 2015

The Lincoln Heritage Museum will be closed December 20th, 2014-January 4th, 2015 so our staff can be home with their families for the Christmas & New Year Holiday. The museum staff would like to wish yourself and your family a very Merry Christmas & a happy & safe New Year. -The Lincoln Heritage Museum Staff Read the full article…

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Quote Spotlight

Your good mother tells me you are feeling very badly in your new situation. Allow me to assure you it is a perfect certainty that you will, very soon, feel better — quite happy — if you only stick to the resolution you have taken to procure a military education…. On the contrary, if you falter, and give up, you will lose the power of keeping any resolution, and will regret it all your life.
–June 28, 1862 Letter Lincoln wrote to Quintin Campbell

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I do not think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday.
- Abraham Lincoln