Visit the Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln
I f you ever find yourself driving on Interstate 65 in central Kentucky, you may want to visit the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, who was the sixteenth president of the United States.
There are actually two sites you may visit — and both are located within 15 minutes of each other: the single room log cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born at the site of Sinking Spring Farm; and the boyhood home at Knob Creek. Both sites are located on picturesque grounds with trees within a drive of 15 minutes off of the highway — and there is no fee or cost to you to visit either site.
For this mini trip report, you will see some photographs of the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park. Tomorrow, I will post photographs of the Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Home Unit at Knob Creek.
All photographs ©2014 by Brian Cohen.