Knob Creek Farm
Abraham Lincoln's second childhood home
U.S. 31E Hwy.
On This Very Spot Abraham Lincoln
lived from the age of two until he was seven. The family lived and worked on thirty rented acres on the Knob Creek farm. Though the family lived in a cabin, they were as comfortable as their neighbors.
This spot is ten miles from Lincoln's birthplace
. Both spots are part of the Abraham Lincoln
Birthplace National Historic Site.
This spot is open to the public and is administered by the National Park Service (USA)
. For complete visitor's information, including hours of operation, admission fees, and map & directions, visit the official website at www.nps.gov
About 45 miles southeast of Louisville, Kentucky. Southeast of Elizabethtown and north of Hodgenville.