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Lincoln Memorial Shrine, Redlands

(4.7/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • We were visiting family in Redlands and were looking for something to do as a group. We were fortunate enough to stumble on this hidden gem. The amount of Lincoln related artifacts on display there is...  more »
  • We found this while site-seeing in Redlands. It has so many artifacts from the civil war era, including strands of hair from President Lincoln's hair, a wreath from his casket, as well as casted masks...  more »
  • We happened upon this site when there was a summer celebration going on all over the park area. There were people who were giving informational speeches and there were different sections that offered ...  more »
  • Very educational and the docents are professional and knowledgeable
  • I did not know this was here. We stopped in out of curiosity and ended up spending hours there. We where fascinated by the breadth and cope of the collection. Great staff, very friendly and available to answer questions.
  • The Lincoln Shrine in Redlands was a real surprise for me. My childhood was spent 15 miles away and I never knew about this Museum / Shrine. Wow! It is very high grade. First the building is a nice granite edifice with carved quotes from Mr. Lincoln all around. The staff is a group of dedicated volunteers that have made this free museum into a showcase of history. There is an original Norman Rockwell inside as well. The interior is spacious and the displays are thoughtful. The only thing I needed was more time to study and read all the displays. This is worth a stop and State Street, a short walk away has many choices for lunch. I hope to return and examine the treasures on display in this facility soon.
  • Beautiful place historic district
  • My husband and I visited just 4 days ago and was awe-struck to say the least. Don't miss this one.