Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum
Take a relaxing look back into history with 13 Lincoln-era replica cabins in memorial to Abraham Lincoln’s years spent in Spencer County. Explore such cabins as the Pioneer Schoolhouse, the Lincoln Homestead Cabin, and the Old Pigeon Baptist Church.
The Museum was built by the Rockport Park Improvement Association and houses hundreds of fascinating artifacts from the area’s historic past including a hutch made by Abraham Lincoln’s father, Thomas Lincoln.
The Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum is located in Rockport City Park, at the west end of Main Street in Rockport.
This attraction is open seasonally and hours may vary.
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Don't miss the living farm!Reviewed 07-28-16
Have been here several times. The Museum is really nice but my favorite is the living farm as it would have been during Lincoln's day. People dressed in period attire tending the farm and working... Read More
Wonderful local historyReviewed 06-25-16
Abraham Lincoln spent his formative years in the Rockport area of Indiana. Not too many people know this. My ancestors are from Rockport and this trip to see the area was exciting. Any one... Read More
Grand kids love it, and so do we.Reviewed 03-16-16
We visit once or twice a year. Always enjoy the history of the place. A short drive takes you to the spot on the Ohio river were Lincoln departed on his flat boat trip. Read More
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