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SCAVENGER HUNT FOR THE KENTUCKY LINCOLN HERITAGE TRAIL

2014 LEXINGTON VISITOR PLANNING GUIDE

Digital on-line version

Tablet versions

LEXINGTON'S CULINARY GUIDE "BEYOND GRITS"

KENTUCKY LINCOLN HERITAGE TRAIL

KENTUCKY CIVIL WAR HERITAGE TRAIL

LOCAL TOURISM:

VisitLEX, Lexington's convention and visitors bureau

Downtown Lexington Dining Guide
Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate
Waveland State Historic Site
Hunt-Morgan House

White Hall State Historic Site
Camp Nelson
Lexington Cemetery
Kentucky Historical Society
Kentucky Department of Tourism

HISTORIC HOUSES IN KENTUCKY:

Kentucky Historic House Museum Network (Click to visit info online)

Brochure ( Click to download brochure in PDF format)

LINCOLN SITES:

Kentucky Lincoln Heritage Trail
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace & Lincoln Boyhood Home (Kentucky)
Lincoln Museum (Kentucky)
Hodgenville (Kentucky)
Lincoln Homestead State Park (Kentucky)
Farmington Historic Plantation (Kentucky)
Hildene, The Home of Robert Todd Lincoln (Vermont)
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (Illinois)
Lincoln Home National Historic Site (Illinois)
Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site (Illinois)
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial (Indiana)

RESEARCH:

Papers of Abraham Lincoln Online
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
Kentucky Geneological Society
Lexington Public Library Kentucky Room
Kentucky Virtual Library
Kentuckiana Digital Library
Kentucky Department for Libraries & Archives
Library of Congress American Memory Collection

Mary Todd Lincoln Research Site

VISIT

March 15- Nov. 30

Mon. - Sat. (closed Sun.)

Tours hourly 10AM - 3PM

Museum closes at 4PM.

ABOUT THE HOUSE

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.

ABOUT US

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

MAPS AND DIRECTIONS

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