Located on the grounds of this state park is the Lincoln Marriage Temple, a brick pavilion enshrining the cabin in which the parents of President Abraham Lincoln were wed on June 12, 1806. Also, the "Mansion Museum" features Confederate and Union rooms. Exhibits include paintings, photographs, newspapers, documents, and firearms.
Franklin, Kentucky | Confederate prisoners, or Union officers, or maybe both, executed drawings (thought to be in charcoal) on plaster walls in a second-story room of this circa 1835 brick house, which is now a museum.
Elizabethtown, Kentucky | This museum's Confederate stories include John Hunt Morgan's 1862 Christmas Raid, while Union stories include 15,000 men training at Camp Nevin in October 1861, and the first seven years of President Lincoln's life.