Mary Todd Lincoln House181 Votes Currently Open
Mary Todd Lincoln House was where Mary Todd, the wife of President Abraham Lincoln grew up. The house was built in the early years of the 19th century and Mary Todd was living here till 1839. In that year, Todd shifted to Springfield to live with her sister. Post her marriage to Lincoln, they would often stay in this house when visiting Lexington. This is the first historic site restored to commemorate a First Lady. It was converted into a museum and opened to the public in 1977. Pieces of furniture and other items on display have been donated over the years by the Todd and Lincoln family. The museum tries its best to recreate the house the way it was during Mary Todd’s childhood. The museum has a garden that houses some of the most delicate plants and herbs.
Mary Todd Lincoln House Travel Tips
- Guided tours are available on the hour.
Entrance Ticket Details For Mary Todd Lincoln House
- Children ticket (6-12 years): 4 USD
How to Reach Mary Todd Lincoln House
- Bus stop – Main @ Jefferson
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The ticket price per adult to visit Mary Todd Lincoln House is 15 USD and the house is open for tours from Monday to Saturday between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM. It is closed on Sundays.Report Abuse