This looks like a small place until you get inside. We were very impressed at the amount of material and how well it was presented. Very nicely done. Excellent job at interpretation of both what happened on that day in Lincoln's life and that of John Wilkes Booth. Still an active theater, you can sit in the seats and see the balcony where Lincoln was shot, as well as the stage being setup for the show. The house across the street where he was brought to is well worth visiting, as you'll wonder how he was laid out on the small bed. Very impressive display of a stack of books that have all been written about Lincoln. Not to be missed.
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