Located on the beautiful campus of Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (ALLM) houses one of the finest private collections of Lincoln and Civil War material in the world. More than 35,000 artifacts, manuscripts, photos, and rare books fill its three permanent exhibit galleries, special exhibit gallery, vaults, and reading rooms.
Abraham Lincoln's ebony walking stick
the Lincoln family's tea set, used in their Springfield home
the only photograph of Abraham Lincoln's father, Thomas Lincoln
more than 100 documents handwritten or signed by Lincoln
decorations from Lincoln's coffin
a lock of Lincoln's hair
a portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln painted by her niece, Katherine Todd Helm
a corner cupboard made by Lincoln's father for the family's Kentucky home
original Civil War firearms, swords, uniforms, and flags
the signal lantern and speaking trumpet from the Civil War battleship USS Monitor
a carriage belonging to Secretary of State William H. Seward
197 works of statuary, paintings, engravings, etchings, and drawings; includes works by Gutzon Borglum (of Mount Rushmore fame), Daniel Chester French (the sculptor responsible for the statue in the Lincoln Memorial), and two portraits by Thomas Buchanan Read (noted 19th-century artist and poet)
*The ALLM is closed on Sundays from Thanksgiving Weekend through February, and during Lincoln Memorial University's winter break. The ALLM is open for the Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day holidays.
Admission (group equals 10 or more)
Adults - $5.00 Group rate - $3.50 Senior citizens (60+) - $3.50 Group rate - $3.50 Children 6-12 years - $3.00 Group rate - $2.00 Children under 6 - Free Motor Coach Groups - $3.00