Mary Todd Lincoln House
Located in the heart of downtown, the Georgian- style brick house is one of the oldest structures in Lexington and the nation's first historic site to honor a First Lady. Childhood home of Mary Todd, wife of Abraham Lincoln, the home was restored to reflect the Todd family's residency with period furniture, family portraits and furnishings from the Todds as well as the Lincolns, taking you back to a time of social elegance and turbulent politics.
- Accessibility: Limited
- Number of Accessible Rooms: 5
- Accessibility Details: Only the first floor is wheelchair accessible. There are no elevators in the house so for some guests, the second floor is not accessible. MTL does provide guide books that show what is upstairs for guests. The lift to the first floor can only be accessed with staff assistance.
- Handicapped Parking:
- Accessible Tours: Yes - first floor is wheelchair accessible
- Accessible Transportation: N/A
- Accessible Public Restrooms: No
- Booking URL: Link
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