XiaoXiBiXiongIt is a purely natural forest park and does not charge tickets. Did not see very special attractions, more suitable for hikers. If you are lucky, you can see wild deer and little squirrels.
XiaoXiBiXiongThere are not many wild animals here, but for Peoria, which has few attractions, it is still a place to go. I saw a black bear, a silver fox, a badger, and two cougars who had been sleeping. An adult ticket is $9.
RiverBlueThis is the former residence of Lincoln. The former residence of Lincoln was preserved. There are many relics used by Lincoln. There are many beautiful trees nearby. The house basically retains the characteristics of the year. Many of them are preserved and a few replicas.
枫叶红藏李This is a very good place to learn about President Lincoln and the Civil War. The technical, acting and stunt performances are very vivid and let people quickly understand the pain and contributions of Lincoln in a special period. Players in a special children’s room can Let the children stay and learn about the events of that period vividly. The whole show is quite interesting.
Hanyang44Lincoln's Tomb is located in Oak Ridge Cemetery, which is located west of the north of Springfield, the capital of Illinois. Many ordinary people are buried in this cemetery. People just opened up an open area in the cemetery to build Lincoln's tomb. His wife and son are also buried in this cemetery.
In the cemetery stands a granite obelisk 30 meters high. The four corners of the tower are decorated with four groups of bronze statues representing infantry, artillery, cavalry and navy. These four groups of statues symbolize northern soldiers who were martyred during the Civil War. Lincoln's big bronze statue stands in front of the tomb. The tomb passage is open, and the tomb passage leads to the tomb chamber. There are some bronze statues of Lincoln on both sides of the tomb, as well as the bronze medals of his famous speech (inlaid on the walls of the tomb). The tomb path leads directly to the tomb, where Lincoln’s sarcophagus is placed.
Free parking is available in the cemetery. There is no charge for parking and visiting the Lincoln Tomb.