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Northern Virginia Magazine’s Game Plan blog, Mashable, VentureBeat, and other news outlets highlighted our partnership with Google. Google’s Niantic Labs division built Field Trip, a location-based app that recommends nearby historic sites, eclectic bars and restaurants, live events, and more. For four weeks in July of 2013, Field Trip users gained free admission to 23 museums nationwide, including President Lincoln’s …
A number of our visitors hear about President Lincoln’s Cottage through TripAdvisor, a travel site with user-generated reviews. We recently received the following comment from a visitor: “I went with my husband and two teenagers. The guide was able to intrigue both teens about Lincoln’s plight to keep the country together, appease the south,and still keep with his own values. …
App users gain free admission to three DC museums. July 9, 2013. Can technology help re-connect us to historic places? Google Field Trip, the free location-based app that helps users discover points of interest in their immediate vicinity, is partnering with President Lincoln’s Cottage to do just that. Field Trip users periodically receive notifications about historic sites, eclectic bars and …
News 4’s Aaron Gilchrist visited President Lincoln’s Cottage and the US Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery to reflect on President Lincoln and the Battle of Gettysburg. Watch it here.
Registration Now Open for Online Graduate Course: “Understanding Lincoln” Presented by our friends at the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the House Divided Project at Dickinson College Understanding Lincoln is a new type of online graduate course taught by noted Lincoln scholar Matthew Pinsker and offered jointly by the Gilder Lehrman Institute and Dickinson College. The course provides …