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The Lincoln Heritage House marks an important Lincoln historical site. It was restored by the Hardin County Historical Society and opened June 24, 1973. It was destroyed by fire in 2009 and rebuilt in the Spring of 2011.
212 Freeman Lake Park Rd, Freeman Lake Park, Elizabethtown, KY 42701-2927
This is a quick stop to check out the house. You cannot go in the house. It has a park area near. My daughter thought it was neat to see the house since she is a history nut but I wouldn't recommend it for children...More
We drove from the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park to the Lincoln Heritage House, since they were fairly close together. It wasn’t open but the site is lovely to walk around ( old trees, peaceful meadow) and imagine what it may have been like...More
Picturesque place to walk around and enjoy nature. The drive is nice as well. There were only a few people there when we went and you are allowed to explore the area as you see fit. Nice little 45 minute stop.
If you're a history buff of course you must stop by. This is a decent little park with a bit of history about the area. With some proper funding this could be a really nice park. We enjoyed our little stop.
The Lincoln Heritage House is a great attraction! However, one of the posts on this thread has created some confusion to visitors in Elizabethtown. There is no show here reviewing the history of Lincoln. I believe a review may have gotten it confused with Lincoln's...More