Lincoln Home National Historic Site offers cell phone audio tours of the historic site and surrounding areas.
The audio tours provide visitors with another option to learn more about Abraham Lincoln and his Springfield neighbors.
The cell phone program is free except for air time on your cell phone. Call (217) 213-3003. Pick up a free brochure inside park visitor center and look for corresponding information panels throughout the historic four-block neighborhood.
Tell us what you think! Enter "0" followed by the # key to record a personal response to our audio tour.
Use of cell phone is not permitted in some locations. Cell phones may not be used in the Lincoln Home. Please respect the policy of each historic site.
Did You Know?
Lincoln issued the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation on September 22, 1862, five days after the battle of Antietam. He visited the battlefield near Sharpsburg, Maryland on October 1-4, 1862. Lincoln Home National Historic Site, Illinois