In February 2017, Looking for Lincoln launched the Passport to Your National Parks program in the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area. Visitors can now explore the communities where Lincoln lived, worked, and traveled through the Passport to Your National Parks. The program allows visitors to collect cancellation stamps at specific sites in twenty-two participating Looking for Lincoln Communities, all while learning more about the 16th President.
“In addition to the fun of collecting more and more passport stamps for travelers’ National Parks Passport, the popular Passport to Your National Parks program will help to build awareness of the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage among visitors,” said Sarah Watson, Executive Director, Looking for Lincoln–Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area. “What a great way for visitors to build their travel memories to communities they visit in the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area as they work to fill their National Parks Passport.”
By spring 2017, visitors will be able to get their Passport to your National Park book stamped at thirty-three different locations in the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area.
To view the current list of passport locations in the National Heritage Area visit the Looking for Lincoln website.