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Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum, Harrogate

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The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is located just south of Middlesboro, Kentucky, on U.S. Hwy. 25E in Harrogate, Tennessee, approximately 55 miles northeast of Knoxville.
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TripAdvisor
  • I have been coming to the area for over 30 years and never visited this museum. So much information and very educational. They were doing some renovations but it was still worth the small fee to get i...  more »
  • We spent an hour or so looking through the Lincoln Museum at Lincoln Memorial University. There are several very interesting exhibits although the museum could use a lot more authentic items. This is ...  more »
  • Amazing museum dedicated to our 16th president and a nice audio tour around different stations within the museum tells of the life and accomplishments that he had....A must see for everyone passing th...  more »
Google
  • This is an interesting museum all about Abraham Lincoln. Moderately priced, and you can find out alot about him and his presidency. If you have some time and are passing through it's worth a stop to check it out if you like Lincoln and/or want to learn some about his presidency and that era.
  • Awesome Museum and a must see stop if you are in the area
  • Really neat exhibits!