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Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum

Museum Closure

The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum's doors are currently closed for a $3.6 million expansion project, which is expected to last until late 2020. The closing will move the museum improvement project into its final phase, which includes the addition of new galleries, an elevator, new restrooms, and a learning laboratory to help visitors experience LMU’s extensive collection which covers the life of Abraham Lincoln, the Civil War and the founding of the University.

We look forward to welcoming the community back in late 2020! Until then, if you are a community organization or a school group, please reach out to our program coordinator, Natalie Sweet, about the potential to bring programming to you either in person or digitally. She can be reached at [email protected]

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civil war sundays book club January 10, 2020

ALLM Introduces Civil War Sundays Book Club

Civil War Sundays Book Club, a new community offering hosted by the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (ALLM), will meet the first Sunday of each month at 2:00 p.m. at the Elizabeth D. Chinnock Chapel. The first book featured is Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" on Feb. 2.

pioneer village pete October 21, 2019

LMU Adds Pioneer Village to Celebrate Heritage

Lincoln Memorial University’s (LMU) new Pioneer Village, located in the shadow of the Huff Tower, highlights the heritage of our community and will provide learning opportunities for younger generations who visit the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (ALLM). It features a replica log cabin of Lincoln’s birthplace and other structures typical of the pioneer era.

Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum July 12, 2019

Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum to Close for Expansion

The Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (ALLM) will host a special community celebration on Saturday, July 20, before closing its doors for a $3.6 million expansion project expected to last until late 2020.