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Lincoln Highway Association National Headquarters


category : Museums
Visitors from around the world enjoy researching highway information in this restored 1860 dry goods store built by Abe Lincoln's cousin. The Lincoln Highway Museum and store are also housed inside.


Admission: Free
Hours: M-Sa: 10am-4pm. Su: noon-4pm. Closed major holidays.
Address: 136 N. Elm St.
Phone: 815-456-3030
Our Email: lnchwyhq@essex1.com
Our Website:www.franklingroveil.org
Wheelchair Accessible Facility

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Lincoln Highway Association National Headquarters

Visitors from around the world enjoy researching highway information in this restored 1860 dry goods store built by Abe Lincoln'

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