Children are encouraged to participate in the Junior Ranger Program. Booklet and badge are available free of charge in the Birthplace Visitor Center.
Not able to visit the park? A downloadable version is available for you to print at home.
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Did You Know?
Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace became a National Park in 1916. It was donated on July 17, 1916, to the federal government by the Lincoln Farm Association, which established the site. At that time it was known as the Abraham Lincoln National Park.