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.
In addition, the museum houses hundreds of fascinating artifacts from the area’s historic past. Exhibit highlights include a hutch made by Abraham Lincoln with the help of his father, Thomas, a 1598 “Breeches” Bible, and a rare Rocker “Beater” Loom (one of 66 known to exist).
2019 Special Events
- Spring Heritage Day
May 11, 2019
- Abraham Lincoln Freedom Festival
July 6, 2019
- Fall Heritage Day
October 26, 2019
Location & Hours:
The Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum is located in Rockport City Park, at the west end of Main Street in Rockport.
This attraction is open May through October.
Mon. – Sat. 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sun. 12:00 – 4:00 pm
Click here to see the hours of operation for local attractions and restaurants.
Wonderful Hidden GemReviewed 06-14-18
This is a must see. The museum is located on the fairgrounds in Rockport IN. It is made up of the museum, and about a dozen log buildings. These buildings were moved to the museum location and... Read More
Very informativeReviewed 06-03-18
We enjoyed our visit. The video recreation of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood was very informative. The ground are easy to walk. Read More
Hidden treasureReviewed 10-26-17
I have drove by this museum many times. Today, my daughter and I, decided to stop in and view the museum. I was very impressed. There were several pieces inside the museum that the volunteer said... Read More
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