Mary Todd Lincoln House

Mary Todd Lincoln House is located in the heart of the city of Lexington. The House was originally built in 1803-1806 as an inn.

Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, lived there from 1832 to 1839. Mary Todd's father purchased this house in Lexington in 1832 for his family and was completely renovated.

Image courtesy: "Mary Todd Lincoln House, Lexington Kentucky 3" byFloNight (Sydney Poore) and Russell Poore - self-made by Russell and Sydney Poore. Licensed under GFDL via Wikimedia Commons.

It was the Childhood home of First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln located in Lexington, Kentucky. The current address is 578, West Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky.

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The House is within easy walking distance of downtown hotels, the Civic Center and Rupp Arena. This Georgian-style two story brick house was the home of one of the nation's most eloquent First Ladies. This Housse has the distinction of being the first historic site restored in honor of a First Lady. The House displays family portraits as well as personal items of the Lincoln-Todd families.

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