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Spencer County – Lincoln Pioneer Village and Museum

My family and I took a quick trip to Spencer County, Indiana to visit several Abraham Lincoln historic sites and Santa Claus. This is one of our stops. Spencer County can lay claim to being a pivotal point of American Read more >

Spencer County – McKenzie’s Grill, Rockport, IN

My family and I took a quick trip to Spencer County, Indiana to visit several Abraham Lincoln historic sites and Santa Claus. We stopped here for dinner on our first night. After a long day of visiting Abraham Lincoln memorials, Read more >

Spencer County – Lincoln State Park

My family and I took a quick trip to Spencer County, Indiana to visit several Abraham Lincoln historic sites and Santa Claus. This is one of our stops. Indiana has a strong claim to American history as the boyhood home Read more >

Spencer County – Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial

My family and I took a quick trip to Spencer County, Indiana to visit several Abraham Lincoln historic sites and Santa Claus. This is one of our stops. Any American president’s boyhood is always fuel for a historian’s fire. There’s Read more >

Spencer County – Buffalo Run Farm, Grill & Gifts

My family and I took a quick trip to Spencer County, Indiana to visit several Abraham Lincoln historic sites and Santa Claus. This is one of our stops. Buffalo Run Farm, Grill & Gifts has an interesting tie to Abraham Read more >

Experience the Holidays in Santa Claus, Indiana: America’s Christmas Hometown

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Melissa Wilkinson: Melissa Wilkinson is the Executive Director at the Spencer County Visitors Bureau in Santa Claus, Indiana, and Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home.  “The best part about working in a town named Santa Claus, Read more >

Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Plaza opens in Spencer County

Illinois may claim Abraham Lincoln as their own, but they forget that Lincoln’s formative years were spent here in southern Indiana. You can’t have the man without first raising the boy, so Indiana has more than a threadbare claim to Read more >