Latrobe, Penna-- The Lincoln Highway Experience will be open for free admission on Monday, February 19, 2024 from 10am – 4pm (last visitors admitted at 3pm) in honor of Presidents’ Day.

Visitors will have access to the complete self-guided tour of the museum which is the largest in the country to tell the story of America’s first coast-to-coast highway “from Times Square to the Golden Gate.”

The Lincoln Highway Experience is also one of six museums which participates in Free Museum Day in the Ligonier Valley each spring. Spencer Simpson, Site Director at the Lincoln Highway Experience, expressed his enthusiasm to host an additional day for free admission this year. “It’s a fantastic way to engage with our community and raise awareness for the Lincoln Highway, especially so close to Lincoln’s birthday,” Simpson says.

The tour includes use of the museum’s self-guided audio wand, a postcard, a 60-page driving guide, and pie and coffee while supplies last. More information on upcoming events at the museum can be found at:

For more information, contact Spencer Simpson, Site Director of the Lincoln Highway Experience at or 724-879-4241. 


The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor is a nonprofit organization that identifies, conserves, promotes, and interprets the cultural, historical, natural, recreational, and economic resources along the 200-mile Lincoln Highway in Westmoreland, Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, Franklin and Adams counties in Pennsylvania. For more information, visit