Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park Travel Guide



From lodging and dining to local attractions, events and activities, shops and services and more, here’s our travel guide to help you plan your Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park and Central Kentucky adventure!

Located in LaRue County in central Kentucky, the main visitor center is at 2995 Lincoln Farm Road in Hodgenville, KY 42748. The Birthplace Unit of the park is about 2 miles south of the town of Hodgenville on U.S. Highway 31E South. The Boyhood Home Unit at Knob Creek is located about 10 miles northeast of the Birthplace Unit of the park, at 7120 Bardstown Road, in Hodgenville.

Nearby Kentucky National Park Service units include Mammoth Cave National Park (approx. 50 miles), Fort Donelson National Battlefield (approx. 167 miles), Cumberland Gap National Historical Park (approx. 177 miles), and Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area (approx. 190 miles).

Local and nearby communities include: Elizabethtown (approx. 14 miles), Bardstown (approx. 25 miles), Munfordville (approx. 25 miles), Campbellsville (approx. 30 miles), Lebanon (approx. 35 miles), Leitchfield (approx. 40 miles), Springfield (approx. 42 miles), Glasgow (approx. 45 miles), Louisville (approx. 55 miles), Bowling Green (approx. 75 miles), and Lexington (approx. 85 miles). Nearby airports include Louisville International Airport (approx. 55 miles), Bowling Green Airport (approx. 70 miles), and Blue Grass Airport Lexington (approx. 80 miles).

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