The museum's main exhibits include a dozen dioramas of pivotal times in the life of the sixteenth president of the United States. The Lincoln Museum's exhibits are historically accurate dioramas depicting scenes from the life of Abraham Lincoln. An outstanding collection of wax figures are set in these three dimensional displays. The scenes depict various events in Lincoln's life, from his formative years in Kentucky, to the night of his assassination in Ford's Theater. In addition to the main exhibits, the second level of the museum features a variety of exhibits, including: rare newspaper clippings, campaign posters, and Lincoln memorabilia. A Lincoln art gallery on the second floor is filled with paintings, drawings, and other artworks related to the Lincoln era. The Lincoln Museum is located in Hodgenville, KY three miles from Abraham Lincoln's birthplace on Sinking Spring Farm. The Museum is located in a National Historic District in downtown Hodgenville, KY, designated Kentucky's official Lincoln Museum in 1991.