Lincoln Home Tours During Busy Season
Please be advised that tours of the Lincoln home fill rapidly during our busy summer season. We suggest that you visit the Lincoln Home National Historic Visitor Center early in the day for your best opportunity to receive a tour of the Lincoln home.
Some activities require a Special Park Use Permit, for which there may be a fee. These include professional filming and videotaping, certain kinds of gatherings, and any other special park uses that might interfere with normal visitor activities.
First Amendment demonstrations of less than 40 persons do not require a permit, however organizers of such gatherings may find it helpful to contact Park Staff to better assist in ensuring a successful event.Please contact the Ranger Activities office for further information on the permit process or for information on Special Park Use fees and exceptions: (217) 391-3256, or make a request in writing to the Superintendent.
Please use the appropriate application form when making a request. There is a $ 25.00 application fee required for most permit applications which you may be asked to provide at the time of application.
Did You Know?
Robert Lincoln donated the family home in Springfield to the State of Illinois in 1887 under the condition that it would always be open free to the public and well maintained. Lincoln Home National Historic Site, Illinois