Celebrating Abe

Sign, bust, and cabin located at Abraham Lincoln commemorative sites

Abraham Lincoln spent his formative years right here in Spencer County, so he’s a cherished figure to locals and visitors alike. And with his birthday and Presidents’ Day on this month’s calendar, it’s a perfect time to celebrate good ol’ Abe with a little fun! 

It’s a Cel-Abe-ration 

Test your knowledge, learn something new, and celebrate all things Abe! 

Learn About Lincoln 

Check out Five Fast Facts and Five More Fast Facts for quick lessons. Then learn a few Fun Facts About Honest Abe. (Sneak peekYou’ll learn what the animal-loving Lincoln named his dog and cat!) 

Take a Tour 

The story of a young Abe’s years in Indiana springs to life at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. If you can’t visit in person, take a virtual tour through the park’s Visitor Center, Living Historical Farm, and more. 

Say What? 

Few presidents are as prolific in their writing and speaking as Lincoln was. And even fewer are as frequently misquoted as he is! Here’s your chance to find out “Did Abe Say That? 

Pop Quiz 

As Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home, this area is packed with sites that stand in memorial and tribute to our 16th president. Think you can recognize them? Take the quiz. 

It’s a Puzzler 

We’ve got the clues. Now you just need the answers to complete this crossword puzzle that’s all about Abe! (Tip: You might find what you’re looking for in the fun facts linked above!) 

Picture This 

Love Lincoln and want everyone to know it? Add a fun frame to your Facebook profile pic! Celebrate Abe with a birthday message frame or smile big and replace Abe’s face! 

Visit Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home 

The best way to celebrate Abe is to visit the place he once called home. If you’re ready to see the sites throughout Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home, use the convenient My Trip Planner Tool to start creating your itinerary. 

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