Civil War | Historic Site
Lincoln Amphitheater and Lincoln State Park
Lincoln City, IN 47552
Within walking distance of the Lincoln homestead, the 1,747-acre Lincoln State Park features 10 miles of hiking trails through the region where Abraham Lincoln spent his youth. Among the Lincoln-era sites is the home of Col. William Jones, the merchant employer of young Abraham Lincoln. The Lincoln Amphitheatre, located in the park, offers a number of family- friendly, affordable events from spring until fall, including the signuature piece about President Lincolns Indiana boyhood years, " A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale."
Lincoln Boyhood Home National Memorial
Clay, Indiana | This National Park Service site memorializes the boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln, where he lived from ages seven to twenty-one.
Historic Eleutherian College
Madison, Indiana | Many of this school's students enlisted in the Civil War, and the grounds were used as a training center for the Sixth Indiana...
John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail
Versailles, Indiana | The trail follows the path taken by Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate cavalry during the Great Raid of 1863.
General Lew Wallace Study and Museum
Crawfordsville, Indiana | The museum is located in the house of General Lew Wallace and offers lectures on Civil War topics.