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Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum

Come Visit Us!

After a two-year, multimillion-dollar renovation, the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is open to the public. Visitors are once again welcomed to visit one of the world's largest private collections of Lincoln and Civil War material anywhere in the world, featuring the following exhibits:

Log Walls to Marble Halls, tracing Abraham Lincoln's journey from the frontier to the national stage

Lincoln, the Constitution, and the Civil War, an examination of the difficult constitutional issues President Lincoln faced

The Last Days of Lincoln, a new exhibition on Lincoln's final months in office

The LMU Story features a look at the origins of a living memorial to Lincoln in the Tennessee mountains and how his legacy has inspired the education of generations of students

The Dr. Carroll Rose Collection features rare Confederate weapons and wartime medical instruments.

The Lincoln Remembered Gallery features items that show ways that Abraham Lincoln has been remembered since his death.


HOURS

Monday-Friday: 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed.
Please note that the museum is closed on Thanksgiving weekend and during all Lincoln Memorial University holiday closures.


ADMISSION

Adults: $6.00
Seniors (60+): $5.00
Children (6-12): $4.00
Children (under 6): Free
Special group and AAA rates

For more information or to schedule a group tour, call (423) 869-6235.

The museum also participates in the Museums for All program. Participating museums provide reduced admission for $1.00, to visitors presenting their EBT card. This reduced rate is available during all normal operating hours to up to four individuals per EBT card.

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Education Resources

ALLM Lesson Plans

The ALLM can provide your classroom with a number of lesson plans that adhere to state and national social study standards. In addition to age-appropriate history lessons, teachers will find lesson plans tied to S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) activities, citizenship, and geography. Special interest groups (such as Scouts and adult learners) will also find a variety of lessons.

 

Flipgrid: Flipgrid is a service from Microsoft that provides free, educational and interactive exploration of a wide range of school subjects. As a Flipgrid partner, the ALLM has provided digital access to a number of artifacts, along with interactive videos. Perfect for classroom and distance learning.

 

Lincoln Letters for Kids: Newsletter and Lincoln's Army Club

 

ALLM for Educators Community Page

 

Tennessee and National History Day:

The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is a proud district site host for National History Day, a national competition that celebrates student analysis of the past. Each year more than half a million students participate in the annual content. Students choose a historical topic related to the annual theme and then conduct primary and secondary research. Students will look through libraries, archives, and museums, conduct oral history interviews and visit historic sites. After analyzing and interpreting sources, students draw conclusions about the significance of their chosen topic and then be able to present their work in one of five ways: as a paper, an exhibit, a performance, a documentary, or a website. The ALLM also assists student researchers who wish to access the museum’s archives and awards a special Lincoln prize for exemplary research that involves Abraham Lincoln’s life, career, and/or the presidency. Northeast District 2 site competition takes place each October, and the museum hosts an annual teacher workshop on competition and the year’s theme in the summer prior to the competition. To learn more, contact susan.parker@yxycr.com or visit Tennessee History Day.