If you’re going to visit Honest Abe’s final resting place, it’s best to get all the luck you can (because he didn’t really have much, with the whole theatre situation). Finished in 1874, the tomb has a tall tower that’s surrounded by bronze statues that represent the four branches of the military.
Outside the tomb, there’s a large bronze replica of Lincoln’s head, cast from the booze statue at the capitol. For some reason, people rub the schnoz of the Great Emancipator for luck. Not sure if it works.
Fun fact about the tomb: After several attempts at thievery by people wanting to ransom Lincoln’s body, his remains are currently in a wood box, wrapped in a steel cage, covered in portland cement, placed in a vault 10 feet below ground. I think it’s safe.