Throughout the United States, there are several sites which honor the 16th president. From Abraham Lincoln’s home in Illinois, to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, the president’s life is remembered nationwide.The Lincoln MemorialOne of the most well known monuments to Lincoln is found in Washington, D.C. The memorial is an impressive 19feet high and was sculpted by Daniel Chester French. The statue represents the president during a troubled period of American history; the Civil War. According to the designer, Lincoln’s expression shows him considering the fate of the Union.Lincoln’s HomeLocated in Springfield, Illinois, history lovers can visit the former home of Abraham Lincoln. For 17 years, the future president and his wife lived at the Illinois site. Tours run from 8:30am to 4:30pm and admission into this historic home is free (visitors still need a ticket to reserve their place).Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and MuseumAlso in Springfield, Illinois, the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is dedicated to the 16th president. Explore Lincoln’s life as never before with moments from his early and presidential life. The museum is open from 9am to 5pm every day. For admission costs, visit the museum’s website.The Lincoln MonumentThe Lincoln Monument is not to be confused with the Lincoln Memorial; rather, it is statue in Wyoming by Robert Russin. The memorial is located on the Lincoln Highway.