See what he saw. Feel what he felt. With the Walk In Lincoln's Final Footsteps tour you can see where President Abraham Lincoln spent two of the last three weeks of his life before being assassinated. See where the River Queen, the steamer Lincoln used, remained anchored at night for his personal safety and he had "the ominous dream" foretelling his own demise. Visit the house where Lincoln would meet future president and then Gen. Ulysses S. Grant for the last time on April 3, 1865 mere days before his assassination. Learn about the violent battles at Fort Mahone and where Lincoln would visit after the fall of Petersburg and weep -- knowing the war and slavery were coming to an end.
For more information visit: walkinlincolnsfinalfootsteps.com or petersburgarea.org