Introduction to Lincolnshire, Illinois
Lincolnshire is located in Vermon Township. It was originally inhabited by Native American Potawatomi migrants who came from Canada and Wisconsin. The first Europeans to visit this region were French Jesuit explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet. The village was incorporated in 1957.
Lincolnshire and nearby Attractions
- Deerfield Historic Village
- Cuneo Museum & Gardens
- Charles Gates Dawes House
- Chain O'Lakes State Park
Things To Do In Lincolnshire
The Cuneo Museum & Gardens, the Fort Hill Heritage Museum and the George S. Clayson Museum have a number of historical artifacts on display. Some of the historic sites located nearby include the Charles Gates Dawes House, the Deerfield Historic Village and the Frances Willard House. Local parks include the Chain O'Lakes State Park, the Illinois Beach State Park and Lincoln Park.
Chicago O'Hare International is the nearest major airport.
Lincolnshire Higher Education
Lake Forest College, the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and Trinity International University are all accessible from Lincolnshire.