Gift Shop

The Museum Store carries a wide selection of memorabilia and educational items. Some of our most popular items are listed below.  To place an order or make an inquiry, please call 859-233-9999. Visa & MasterCard accepted. Additional shipping charges and taxes may apply.

Mary Todd Lincoln by Jean Baker $18.95
Considered the most authoritative and complete biography of Mary Todd Lincoln.

The Insanity File: The Case of Mary Todd Lincoln by Mark E. Neely, Jr. & Gerald McMurtry $20.00
Explores the 1875 jury trial to declare Mary Todd Lincoln insane and places the trial within the legal, social, and medical context of the times.

Lincoln and the Bluegrass by William Townsend $24.95
A recognized classic that has been out of print for many years, the noted Lincoln authority William H. Townsend traces the many links that Lincoln had with Kentucky

The Lincoln Family Album Mark E. Neely, Jr. & Harold Holzer $24.95
Offers a rare and revealing glimpse into the private life of Abraham Lincoln and the first family. It showcases original and previously unpublished photographs.

Tad Lincoln’s Father by Julia Taft Bayne $15.95
Julia’s two brothers were playmates of the Lincoln’s sons in the White House. As a result, she had an intimate perspective on the First Family’s home life, which she describes with charm and candor.

If You Lived at the Time of Abraham Lincoln $6.99
Children’s book that explores what it was like to grow up on the frontiers of Kentucky and Indiana, in the prairie town of New Salem, Illinois, and in the city of Springfield, Illinois, during the 1800s.

Mr. Lincoln’s Whiskers $8.95
Charming illustrated children's book about the little girl who inspired Abraham Lincoln to grow his famous beard.

Lincoln Family Paper Dolls $6.95 (children's book)
Full-color illustrations of clothing worn by Abraham, Mary, Robert, Willie and Tad Lincoln during the White House years.

Ornament $10.00
Mary Todd Lincoln House collectible pewter ornament

Cat’s Meow $20.00
Mary Todd Lincoln House edition from the popular “Cat’s Meow” collectible series.



March 15- Nov. 30

Mon. - Sat. (closed Sun.)

Tours hourly 10AM - 3PM

Museum closes at 4PM


This two-story brick, late Georgian house with its stone water table and belt course was built in 1803-1806 as an inn by William Palmateer.


KMPF was founded in 1968 for the preservation, restoration and maintenance of Kentucky’s historic properties.


How to locate the Mary Todd Lincoln house in Lexington, Kentucky from the surrounding interstates.