New year, new savings at Lincoln Presidential Museum
coupon from Facebook, an entire family can visit museum for just $10
every Sunday in January
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[January 04, 2014]
SPRINGFIELD — Good news for
families looking to save a little money after the holidays: The
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum is offering a bargain admission
price every Sunday in January.
Entire families can go to the museum for just $10 on Sundays. They
simply go to the museum's Facebook page at
Lincoln.Museum and download a coupon. This is a
significant savings from the normal admission price of $12 per adult
and $6 per child.
The special admission price also includes the new exhibit
"Lincoln: History to Hollywood," which features sets, costumes and
props from the Oscar-winning movie "Lincoln." The exhibit opens Jan.
17 at the museum's Union Station annex.
The family must consist of at least one parent and can include
any number of directly related children. The offer cannot be
combined with other discounts or promotions.
Visitors to the museum will be able to enjoy a special display of
items tied to the Battle of Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Address.
In addition, essays by President Obama and three former presidents
are featured in the museum's Treasures Gallery.
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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum combines
rigorous scholarship and high-tech showmanship. The museum features
lifelike figures and scenes, special effects, riveting
presentations, and "ghosts" to give visitors a better appreciation
for Abraham Lincoln's enduring legacy.
The library contains more than 13 million items pertaining to all
aspects of Illinois history and is one of the nation's leading
institutions for genealogy and history research. It includes the
world's most impressive collection of original Lincoln materials,
more than 52,000 items in all.
For more information about visiting the Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library and Museum or becoming a member through the
library foundation, visit
Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
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Illinois Historic Preservation Agency]