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Centrally located along the Sangamon River, Springfield has the dynamic energy of a prospering city, full of adventure, history and fun. This is the spot where Abraham Lincoln honed his legal and political skills. The Illinois Capital, Springfield, spreads from a neat, leafy downtown grid, 199 miles south of Chicago. Homes, haunts and final resting place of Lincoln are the places where folks flock.

Springfield is the hub of Illinois political activity. As one of the largest and most influential states in the U.S., the state capitol building is a flurry of legislative activity .It features many Lincoln-related historic sites for visitors to see, like his house, his tomb
in the Oak Ridge Cemetery and his law office.

World-class facilities in areas of lodging and ground transportation make you travel comfortable and memorable here. Transportation services like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit are within your reach everywhere for a safe journey.

Every last day in April people have come to Springfield to commemorate Lincoln through a pilgrimage. Another important festival in Springfield is that International Carillon Festival. Carillonneurs from around the world travel to Springfield from the
U.S., the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain to try their hand on the Rees Memorial Carillon.

The Abraham Lincoln presidential Library & Museum: It commemorates the former president and features documents relating to Lincoln and the time in which he lived.

Old State Capitol: Take a guided tour through this building where Lincoln once tried cases and later was laid for people to pay their respects.

Museum of Funeral Customs: This explores how the American culture deals with death through mourning rituals, funerals and art, and how society has changed since the 1870s.This museum is located at the Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield.
George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum: This Victorian-style museum features decorative arts and paintings that were collected by G.W.V. Smith and his wife , Belle, during the 1800s.
Lincoln Park: It is a multi purpose recreational area equipped with an outdoor pool, an indoor skating rink, a playground, tennis and horseshoe courts.