This is always a favorite stop in Springfield. Just knowing the Lincoln tried cases before the state Supreme Court here and served as a legislator there is inspiring. The guides the day we visited were wonderful. We arrived before the building opened. As the guard was opening the gates to the grounds, he asked if we were planning to come in. When we said yes, he opened the building up before returning to open the remaining gates. Once inside, we wandered around, and another guide opened up the library, invited us in, and shared a story with my 9 year old son about the hand-drawn map discovered in the floor boards. She held his attention and asked him many questions to keep his interest. We really enjoyed our visit!
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