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“"Where Lincoln's Legacy Lives"”
April 14, 1865. President Lincoln is assassinated at Ford’s Theatre. Discover how a nation handled grief and loss, how everyday people experienced a national tragedy, and how we have remembered a fallen leader. Today, in partnership with Ford’s Theatre Society, live dramatic productions highlight Lincoln’s love of the theatre, and the power of stories to connect us to ourselves and our history.
We didn't know what to expect when visiting this museum but goodness, we certainly learned more than we ever thought possible! We bought tickets ahead, opted for the audio tour (very helpful!)... Read more
Tony and I celebrated his 61st birthday by going to Washington DC. One of the many sites in Washington we saw was the Ford's Theater where President Lincoln was assassinated. Tony and I walked 12... Read more
This was a great visit for historical purposes. I went through the museum first, then into the theatre and then to the Peterson house. You have to read/select your ticket option carefully... Read more
- Sun - Sat: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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