Tour the home where Abraham Lincoln’s descendants lived until 1975.
This 24-room Georgian Revival mansion is in the scenic Vermont village of Manchester. The home has been preserved intact with original furnishings and personal family effects.
The Formal Gardens, established in 1907, display a spectacular bloom of peonies, roses and lilies during the summer. Visitors are invited to enjoy the restored cutting and kitchen gardens, walking trails, farms, restored 1903 wooden Pullman Palace car, and exhibits.
Highlights include video presentations, a musical selection played on a 1,000-pipe Aeolian organ, and renovated Welcome Center and Museum Store.
Dates of Operation:
Year-round. Daily. Closed major holidays.
Group Policy and Rates:
Reservations please. $15.00 per person, escort and driver complimentary. Courtesy van available. Allow 4 hours for your all-inclusive visit.