Lincoln Memorial Shrine30 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 125 W Vine St, Redlands, CA 92373, USA, 92373, United States
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9097987632
- Fax: +1-7654527991
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Monuments And Memorials
Lincoln Memorial Shrine depicts the life and history of Abraham Lincoln. The class and sophistication are displayed in an excellent manner. The legacy is clearly shown with the help of artworks. An informative tour is promised if you visit the museum. It is a complete delight for the history as well as art lover. The Lincoln Memorial Shrine is a great place to educate kids about the history of civil war. A must-visit with friends and family to know some old times’ technique.
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Lincoln Memorial Shrine Reviews & Ratings
First time going here and I've lived here my whole life. It is amazing! Best collection I have ever seen. Blessed to have this in my home town.
Interesting place. They can boast some surprising Lincoln memorabilia, including ephemera and some Norman Rockwell artwork. Really nicely preserved ceiling mural by Dean Cornwell 1932 should be noted.
Redlands, California An interesting hidden gem in... of all places... Redlands. This small museum has many artifacts and is a museum opposed to some shrine where people are idolized. Artifacts are periodically moved/replaced due to space. The curators mentioned they have twice as much stuff but can't lay them all out properly. President Lincoln had many memorable quotes and you can see them on the ceiling throughout the exhibit. There are sections dedicated to his upbringing, career, education, failures, goal of emancipation that began before his political career and so on. I am surprised they didn't have any section dedicated to why or how he was murdered. Warning: Some pictures taken might be offensive. Access/Roads: A Paved near DT Redlands. Parking: A Plenty with a private lot. Distance: A About 60 miles east of Los Angeles. Costs: A Free i would like to return when they change exhibits to see more of what they have to offer. It's still a sight to behold for any historian and civil war buff. There isn't much dedicated to ethnic freedoms and all that and that's ok. We have plenty museums around the country that focus on solely civil rights. Safe travelings.
Very interesting and educational. Love to take my grand kids as they get old enough to understand this part of our great history.
Cool spot with lots of civil war memorabilia. There was a traveling presentation with an animatronic Lincoln while we were there. It was interesting, generally well done, but the animatronic Lincoln was terrifying for my 6 year old. It sounds fun to teach kids about history, but the display was not really good for young kids. Cool stuff to see otherwise though.