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Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site The only remaining structure where Abraham Lincoln maintained working law offices. Lincoln and his final law partner, William Herndon, operated from the top floor of the 1840 building. The interior looks as it did in Lincoln's time.


Admission: Free
Hours: March-October: Daily: 9am-5pm
November-February: Daily: 9am-noon & 1pm-4pm
Closed major holidays.
Address: 6th & Adams
Phone: 217-785-7289
Wheelchair Accessible Facility

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