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Taking a step back in time at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum

Taking a step back in time at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum
If taking a step back in time is your thing (or if you’re just looking for a really cool venue), The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum in Springfield, IL is more than a place to soak up some history.

With all the modern day amenities of a meeting and conference space and a place to hold a special event, you get the best of both periods. This juxtaposition is carried throughout the museum, where your attendees can experience modern marvels like Ghosts of the Library, a state-of-the-art holographic program bringing visitors behind the scenes of a great presidential library. Modern day meetings find their place in the Governor’s Conference Room, a light and natural toned meeting room for up to 20 people. For larger groups, the Exelon Union Theatre has a capacity of 250 people, perfect for annual meetings, private performances, lectures, and awards ceremonies. To round out your experience, The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum also offers function spaces for small to large receptions. We love this open-concept holiday reception and the idea of a using the trees and lights to fully utilize the high ceilings.

Learn more about what this unique venue has to offer.
During this global pandemic, the team at Unique Venues has been working to serve our industry planners and venues with free resources including roundtables, webinars, and workshops. You can visit our COVID-19 Resources page to learn about our upcoming programs this month and next that you may be interested in registering for. Be sure to follow Unique Venues on Facebook (@uniquevenues) and be on the lookout for Facebook Live sessions from Unique Venues CEO, Chuck Salem who will be providing tips and trends for weathering the storm.