Springfield's original and premiere walking tour and guide service company bringing you all the history and mystery that Lincoln's Springfield has to offer delivered with hometown hospitality!

Springfield Walks is supported by:

  • The Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Downtown Springfield Inc.

Services

Walking Tours
Abraham Lincoln Site Walk
Lincoln's Ghost Walk: Legends & Lore
Boozapalooza Pub Crawl
Bootleggin Pub Crawl

Visitor's Express Tours - our 14 passenger touring van

New Salem
New Salem & Clayville
Oak Ridge Cemetery & Lincoln's Tomb
Flag Lowering Ceremony, Lincoln's Tomb & Oak Ridge Cemetery
Camp Butler National Cemetery

Step-On Guides, Personal guides
We are the top provider of knowledgeable and professional step-on guides for visiting coach and tour groups in Springfield. We also provide personal guides to escort individuals or families about town.

  • Rock stars, celebrities, and the military have used our services.
  • World Strides - the largest student travel company uses our guides.

Knowledgeable - Professional - Fun - Educational - Confidential
We can help you make the most of your valuable time.


2015 Lincoln Funeral Commemoration

http://www.lincolnfuneralcoalition.org/

Illinois Tourism Commercial

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.
We are also calling on veteran organizations and schools to participate in the event and the funeral procession. Please visit the web site for information and how to participate.

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.