Image Courtesy of Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and Willow Lane Photography | Stunning Reception in Museum
Make History and Say ‘We Do’ at Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
You made history when you found each other. Now make your own history as a married couple come alive for your family and friends. Exchange your forever promises to each other at one of the most historic locations honoring one of our most beloved presidents: The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, IL. Your wedding will long be remembered as the event where you and your guests experienced history – your history, along with our country’s history, like never before.
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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is truly a stunning wedding venue with an astonishing array of flexible spaces for you to choose from for your wedding day. From your wedding ceremony, reception, rehearsal dinner, cocktail party, and more, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum can comfortably accommodate up to 250 of your guests, while meeting your vision to create a breathtaking day to be remembered for a lifetime.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum has the perfect space for every step of your glorious wedding day. Imagine at your ceremony your guests fixated on you as you glide down the aisle of the stunning Lincoln Atrium to your beloved to exchange forever vows. Then, after the wedding ceremony, your guests enjoy toasting you in the Lincoln Reception Room just across the hall.
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Imagine your guests’ first introduction to both of you as a married couple emerging hand in hand from the doorway of the realistic replica of the White House at your wedding reception — awestruck by the dramatic 4,500 square foot center rotunda of the Museum, bracketed by a full-scale reproduction of Lincoln’s boyhood cabin.
But this is only one scenario. The true beauty of the spaces of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is that they are extremely flexible and interchangeable, meaning they can bend to your desires. They can be used for all parts of your wedding from the rehearsal dinner, ceremony, cocktail party, reception, and more.
Image Courtesy of Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and Cherrybrook Photography | Wedding Reception Featuring White House Replica Backdrop
But perhaps best of all on your wedding day – including the ceremony and all the celebrations that follow – everything takes place in one awesome location. Your guests and families will appreciate the wonderful experience you’ve created for them to explore and learn while celebrating the beginning of your new life. You and your guests will be the only visitors at the museum during your reception, so there will be plenty of time for all to discover more about our inspiring sixteenth president at the museum’s exciting exhibits. Plus, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is within walking distance to other historical sites, hotels, and a variety of restaurants and shops for friends and family to continue the festivities well after you have left on your honeymoon.
Image Courtesy of Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and Jill Gum Photography | Wedding Reception in Museum
Share your dreams with the professional wedding and event planning team at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. The team is happy to listen to your vision and your goals while helping you choose the perfect space and the perfect flow for your wedding day. The wedding planning team will help coordinate everything — ceremony and all — seamlessly. Reservations are accepted two years in advance, giving them plenty of time to work closely with you to ensure that your wedding at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum will truly be the start of your own amazing history.
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