• The First Lincoln Memorial

    Abraham Lincoln Birthplace

    National Historical Park Kentucky

Field Trips

Whether you plan your own visit to the park or want to be part of a ranger led program, a variety of opportunities are available to educational groups visiting the park. Please be aware that ranger led program schedules, facility hours of operation, and ranger availability may impact your planned field trip.

To schedule a field trip for your class, please complete and send in the reservation form.

Please review the park's field trip policy before scheduling a class field trip to the park.

For more information contact the park at (270) 358-3137 or www.nps.gov/abli.

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Did You Know?

Picture of the Boundary Oak Tree

A large white oak tree at the Sinking Spring Farm first served as a specified boundary marker in an 1805 survey of the farm. The oak became known as the Boundary Oak and was thought to be 28 years old at the time of Lincoln's birth. The tree eventually died in 1976 and was later found to be 195 years old.