Mary Todd Lincoln House

Interesting
This rambling 14-room brick house, just west of downtown, was the girlhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln (1818-82), later the wife of Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the US. Surviving family furnishings include a mahogany table where Lincoln is believed to have played cards. Note the rare collection of coin-silver mint-julep cups crafted by 22 Kentucky silversmiths.

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Address : 

578 W. Main St

Phone:

+1 859-233-9999

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