Springfield Walks & Tour Guide Services
Springfield's premiere tour company bringing you all the history and mystery that Lincoln's Springfield has to offer!
Explore historic Old Town Springfield with Springfield Walks!
We provide –
1. Award Winning Walking Tours
2. Professional Tour Guide Services
3. Theatrical Historical Character Re-enactment Programs
Professional, Knowledgeable, Entertaining
Delivered with Hometown Hospitality
Supported by the Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau
Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of each page for complete information
- Lincoln's Ghost Walk: Legends & Lore
(This tour is a "must do" while in Springfield)
- Abraham Lincoln Site Walk
- Boozapalooza Pub Crawl
- Bootlegging Pub Crawl
- Springfield's Haunted History
Tour Guide Services
- Step-on guides for visiting coaches and tour groups
- Local guides to escort individuals or families about town
- Celebrities, rock stars & the military have all used our services
- World Strides- the largest student travel company uses our services
- Reasonable prices and we can help you make the most of your valuable time
Knowledgeable – Professional – Fun – Educational – Confidential
We are the top provider of local guides for Springfield!
Theatrical Historical Character Re-enactment Programs
Hire any of the following characters - conventions, dinner programs
1. Abraham Lincoln
2. Mary Lincoln
3. General Grant
4. Billy Yank
For more about re-enactor programs information visit the Historical Character page
2015 Lincoln Funeral Commemoration
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Lincoln was the first president assassinated and his death greatly affected the entire nation. Please join us on May 1-3, 2015 in Springfield to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's Springfield funeral. Please attend dressed in period attire to help add to the authenticity of the event.
Garret Moffett will be serving as Master of Ceremonies and acting in the role of Ward Hill Lamon for the commemoration.
Lamon was Lincoln's former law partner, best friend, and personal bodyguard, but was not on duty the night of Lincoln's assassination though he had incessantly guarded Lincoln through the White House years. Lamon's final duty was to escort Lincoln's coffin from Washington back to Springfield.
Please visit the web site for information and how the public, schools, and the military may participate in the commemoration.
5,000 Civil War reenactors are already committed to the commemoration.
Please visit the web site to make your tax deductible donation to help support the event.