The interior walls of the Abraham Lincoln Hall are of St. Meinrad sandstone with cherry wainscoting. Cherry wood was often used by Thomas Lincoln in his carpentry work.
The ceiling of the hall is supported by solid, hand-hewn yellow poplar trusses. The joining of the timbers is indicative of the skill of the pioneer craftsmen in cabin construction.
The rostrum at the front of the hall and the small balcony at the rear, as well as the pew-type seats, are typical of early courthouses and meeting houses.
The Abraham Lincoln Hall is used for meetings, church services, weddings, and other special occasions. The strength and naturalness of the stone and wood reflect the grandeur and simplicity of the man, Abraham Lincoln. You are invited to pause here and think about the meaning of this great American's life.