Welcome to our online museum store. All proceeds benefit preservation and educational programs at President Lincoln’s Cottage. The following items are a special selection of what’s available in our Museum Store. Items marked with an asterisk (*) are custom made and available exclusively through President Lincoln’s Cottage.
Select any item below for more information and to purchase.
President Lincoln’s Cottage Gift Card
Give the gift of a future visit to President Lincoln’s Cottage! We are now offering e-gift cards which can be used to purchase tour tickets either in person or by calling us at 202-829-0436, as well as for merchandise in our museum shop, in person only.Your purchase supports President Lincoln’s Cottage, a 501(c)3 public charity and helps us maintain critical operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for your support.
“The Lincoln” slipper, made by Stubbs and Wootton, purveyors of luxury slippers.
These custom-made slippers, featuring an embroidered animal motif, are inspired by President Lincoln’s own slippers, currently on exhibit at the Cottage. Although defined by his signature stovepipe hat, Lincoln had a more casual nature while in residence at the Cottage. Historical accounts describe him greeting visitors and pacing the floors while toiling over the Civil War in embroidered carpet slippers. Inspired by the historic slippers and crafted by Stubbs and Wootton, The Lincoln is embroidered in your choice of natural linen, flax linen, or black velvet. All proceeds benefit the mission of President Lincoln’s Cottage.
Questions? Call 202-829-0436 ext. 0 between 9:30am-4:30pm or visit our Museum Store, where you can also see samples.
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Are you looking for something you saw in our store at President Lincoln’s Cottage that’s not shown here? Do you have questions about our merchandise or the purchasing process? Please direct inquiries to our shop staff at 202-829-0436 during regular operating hours (9:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday) or visit the Museum Store in the Robert H. Smith Visitor Education Center (click here for directions).