The Todd family moved to this two-story Georgian-style house in 1832 when Mary was 13 years old. After their marriage, Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln stayed here when they visited Lexington. In the fall of 1847 the family stayed for three weeks on their way to Washington for Lincoln's only term in Congress. The Mary Todd Lincoln house has the distinction of being the first historic site restored in honor of a First Lady.
Location: 578 West Main Street
Hours & Admission: Open to the public Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. from March 15 to November 30. Last tour starts at 3:15 p.m. Adults $7, $1 off with AAA discount, Children 6-12 $4, Children under 6 free.
Web site: http://www.mtlhouse.org/