Photo Day at President Lincoln’s Cottage on April 25th

The first-ever Photo Day at President Lincoln’s Cottage will be held Saturday, April 25, 2009.   Photo Day offers amateur photographers a rare chance to take interior and exterior shots of the Cottage and a scenic vista overlooking downtown Washington, DC.   Interior photography and access to the vista are exclusive to this program.  

All photographers will be asked to submit their favorite images to our 2009 Photo Contest for a chance to have their image featured on our blog and turned into a postcard for sale in the President Lincoln’s Cottage Museum Store! 

Photo Day

Event Details

Tickets: $20
April 25, 2009
9:00am – 11:00am
Interior Shots ~ 9:00am – 10:00am
Exterior Shots ~ 10:00am – 11:00am
(Rain Date – May 30, 9-11am)

Tickets are required and only 20 spots are available for this event.

Purchase your ticket now by clicking here or the image to the right. (You will be redirected to ETIX)
All participants agree to submit several of their images to the contest by participating in the program.

Download the Photo Day guidelines and contest rules here: PhotoDay2009_Forms.pdf

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to take photos inside this historic place!

3 Comments

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3 responses to “Photo Day at President Lincoln’s Cottage on April 25th

  1. Brian

    This is great; I’ve already bought my ticket! Could you provide links to the rules and requirements for the day (such as expected FAQs; equipment we can and can’t bring, such as tripods; will flash photography be allowed; etc)?

  2. Cool, this is a nice project to work on, Yes of course as Brian said, it would be nice to tell us what can we bring along or what are we not able to do there.

    • presidentlincolnscottage

      I’m happy to hear you’re interested. We have now uploaded the guidlines and contest rules, the link is in the body of the entry.

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