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50 GREAT THINGS TO SEE & DO IN QUINCY IL The Best Attractions & Adventures in three Western Illinois counties

Featuring stops along the *Great River Road, America’s National Scenic Byway since 1938

*The Villa Kathrine Castle pictured > Built in 1900 overlooking the Mississippi River, now Quincy’s Tourist Info Center + House Museum {#29 inside}

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ARABIANWOODS HORSE FARM DICK BROTHERS BREWERY DISTRICT EELLS HOUSE THE HISTORY MUSEUM ONTHE SQUARE GOLDENWINDMILL ILLINOISVETERANS HOME/ ALLWARS MUSEUM

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MAID-RITE SANDWICH SHOP MAINE STREET MILE MILL CREEK FARM MISSISSIPPI VALLEYWINE TRAIL PRIVATE HOME TOURS QUINCY ART CENTER QUINCY COMMUNITY THEATRE QUINCY GEMS BASEBALL QUINCY MUSEUM

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QUINCY PARK DISTRICT/ BILL KLINGNERTRAIL QUINCY REGIONAL AIRPORT/ WORLD AEROSPACE MUSEUM

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SCOTTIES FUN SPOT SILOAM SPRINGS STATE PARK ST FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH

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TERRIPIN FARMS UNDERBRINK’S BAKERY VILLA KATHRINE

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WASHINGTON PARK/LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE INTERPRETIVE CENTER WINKING’S MARKET WOODLAND CEMETERY

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QUINCY AREA

Located on the western border of Illinois on the Mississippi River where Missouri and Iowa meet, the Quincy area includes the counties of Adams, of which Quincy is the county seat, as well as Hancock and Pike. Both contain many charming small towns, with Nauvoo and Pittsfield being cornerstones of these two historic counties, respectively. Each is only a pleasant 45-minute drive away. (See pages 13-20). Quincy is teeming with treats for the curious traveler. Architectural marvels, culinary wonders, and na- ture’s evolving backdrop along the grandest river in America await your arrival. The thriving agricultural community delivers suprises like a rural museum dedicated to preserving 1930s farm life, to seven family-owned wineries and engaging farm stands and sunflower groves. A distinctive tapestry of past and present weaves the story of a city with notable cultural and historic milestones as well as contemporary visionaries creating new experiences to ignite your senses today. The first Underground Railroad stop east of Missouri was located in Quincy and is now a touring museum. Father Tolton, the first African-American Catholic priest in the United States, spent his formative years here. And, the charming city was home to America’s first Arts Council, established 1947. We’re excited to share our treasures and warm community spirit with you. Cheers to you and your “firsts” in our gem of a city!

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9-11WAR MEMORIAL

7000 lb section & antenna

Located onWorld Trade Center tower one when it was attacked Sept 11, 2001 Designed & manufactured by Harris Corporation at its Quincy plant 8TH & MAINE (CITY HALL LOT) | QCY 217.228.4500

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1930s AG MUSEUM

Private 45-piece John Deere equipment collection Household items typical of a 1930s Midwest farmstead Located in a scenic rural setting with a bonus educational video 1435 BOYSCOUT RD | QCY 217.440.3036 | 217.430.9250 217.430.9249

GROUP-FRIENDLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY FREE

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ADAMS COUNTY SPEEDWAY

IMCA late models, A & B modified, sports mods, stock cars & 4-cylinders

Watch for special racing events

Races every Sunday from April-October at 6p

8000 BROADWAY | QCY 217.617.7367 adamscountyilspeedway.com

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ARABIANWOODS HORSE FARM

Family-friendly, showcasing Arabians & half-Arabians Dedicated to well-round- ed horsemanship for all ages

Tours & tutorial camps

1279 E 2385TH CAMP POINT 217.430.1690 arabianwoods.com

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

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DICK BROTHERS BREWERY DISTRICT

Quincy’s Southside German District, once home to one of the largest U.S. breweries

Underground springs and caverns still exist today

History & tunnel tours, event space, art gallery, museum + Ratskeller (German bar) 9TH-10TH ONYORK ST QCY | 217. 224.9892 dickbrothersbrewery.com

GROUP TOURS BY APPT

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EELLS HOUSE

Oldest standing 2-story brick house in Quincy Built for prominent physician and abolitionist, Dr. Richard Eells First Underground Railroad station east of Missouri; credited in aiding several hundred enslaved people forging north

415 JERSEY | QCY 217.223.1800

SAT 1-4P | MAR-NOV | $3 GROUP TOURS BY APPT

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GOLDENWINDMILL

1837 Dutch smock windmill

The only restored, U.S.- built windmill operating with its original millstones and wood gear mechanism

A western Illinois historic landmark

902 PRAIRIE MILLS RD GOLDEN | 217.696.2722 goldenwindmill.org MAY-OCT: SAT/SUN 1-4P FREE donations appreciated

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HISTORY MUSEUM ONTHE SQUARE

Quincy’s first public library

1888 limestone structure overlookingWashington Park Area history exhibits,Ed- ward Everett watercolors, stained glass gallery, Mor- mon display, sculpture garden and gift shop 332 MAINE | QCY 217.214.1888 | hsqac.org TUES-SAT 10A-4P SELF-GUIDEDTOURS + GROUP TOURS BY APPT donations appreciated Dedicated in 1886, the largest and oldest veterans home in Illinois Deer park on the grounds plus the AllWars Museum featuring over 10,000 military artifacts & exhibits spanning the American Revolution to theWar on Terrorism

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ILVETERANS HOME &ALLWARS MUSEUM

1707 N 12TH | QCY 217.222.8641

MUSEUM OPEN (Mar-Dec) TUES-SAT 9A-12P & 1-4P FREE

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JOHN WOOD MANSION 10

Restored home of Quincy’s founder and twelfth governor of Illinois One of the Midwest’s finest examples of Greek Revival architecture

1835 log cabin, livery and visitors center

425 S 12TH | QCY 217.222.1835 | hsqac.org MON,WED, FRI 10A-2P SAT 10A-4P CALL AHEAD FOR GUIDED TOURS $8 | $4 UNDER 18

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KROC CENTER

State-of-the-art family facility

Indoor aquatic & fitness center, rock climbing, and kinetic game room

Affordable day passes

405VERMONT | QCY 217.222.5762 krocquincy.org

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On the National Register of Historic Places, built 1938 Covers 1,075 acres along the mighty Mississippi just south of Quincy Prime bald-eagle viewing (boat ramp provides the best spot) + seasonal observation deck 909W LOCK & DAM RD QCY | 217.222.0918 FREE

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MAID-RITE SANDWICH SHOP

Home of the “loose-meat” sandwich, enjoyed best with a homemade milk shake

Visited by Food Network’s Alton Brown in 2007

Served diner style...but no tipping tolerated!

507 N 12TH | QCY 217.222.9767 maid-rite.com

OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK: 11A-7:30P

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MAINE STREET MILE

You’re on the Smile Mile... Quincy’s most notable thoroughfare 60-minute self-guided driving/walking tour: enjoy art, food, architecture and history Download, call or stop in for your Smile Mile Guide seequincy.com 800.978.474 532 GARDNER EXPY | QCY

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MILL CREEK FARM

Fresh-picked produce & the friendliest service around

Season: mid-April to late autumn

Pumpkin-picking, corn maze and hay rides in October

2833 S 48TH | QCY 217.222.8430 millcreekfarmquincy.com

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MISSISSIPPIVALLEYWINETRAIL

Seven area wineries: ~Baxter’s Vineyards ~Press HouseWinery ~Lake HillWinery ~Spirit KnobWinery ~VillageVineyard &Winery ~57&Vine ~HopewellWinery Visit all 7 & receive a signature t-shirt or wine glass Download, call or stop in for your WineTrail Guide seequincy.com 800.978.4748 532 GARDNER EXPY | QCY Custom private tours in Quincy’s presigious East End Historic District 17 exquisite homes among the selection, grouped in neighborhood settings for walkability Groups of 6+ by reservation through the Quincy Area CVB Peruse the online photo gallery or call for your guide 532 GARDNER EXPY | QCY 800.978.4748 seequincy.com $5 per home per person Center of visual arts, est. 1923 Housed in the former Lorenzo Bull carriage house in the East End Historic District Contemporary midwestern art, rotating exhibits, events and classes 1515 JERSEY | QCY 217.223.5900 quincyartcenter.org OPENTUES,WED,THURS, SAT 9A-4P FREE

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PRIVATE HOMETOURS

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QUINCYART CENTER

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QUINCY COMMUNITYTHEATRE

Delivering top notch performances for the tri- state area since 1923 Local, regional and national talent delight crowds with a wide range of theatric variety

Shows nearly monthly

300 CIVIC CTR PLAZA QCY | 217.222.3209 1qct.org

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QUINCY GEMS BASEBALL

Collegiate baseball; May-Aug

Prospect league champions 2009, 2011 & 2014

Summertime fun for the entire family; full concessions

QUINCY UNIV STADIUM 18TH & SYCAMORE 217.214.7436 quincygems.com Home games begin at 6:30p $7 adults $5 youth/seniors

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QUINCY MUSEUM

Originally the Newcomb- Stillwell mansion, c. 1891 First floor is restored to period 1890s Second & third floors feature a history room, gallery, gift shop and rotating exhibits 1601 MAINE | QCY 217.224.7669 thequincymuseum.org

OPENAPR-OCT TUES-SUN 1-5P $5 adults | $3 kids

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QUINCY PARK DISTRICT + KLINGNERTRAIL 22

30 city parks, including:

~Bill Klingner Trail: new pedestrian trail, front st-24th St ~Moorman Park: batting cages, mini & disc golf, paddle boating, kayaking ~Artificial turf fields for youth base - ball/softball ~Westview: public 27-hole golf course ~Pickleball (Moorman & Berrian Park) ~Indian Mounds: public pool ~Quinsippi Island: Lincoln-Era Log Cabins (shown left), boat slip, marina

1231 BONANSINGA DR QCY | 217.223.7703 quincyparkdistrict.com

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QUINCY REGIONAL AIRPORT +WORLDAEROSPACE MUSEUM

Swanky Mid-Century Modern airport terminal, circa1972

Uniquely designed in a series of circular patterns by local architect, John Benya Notice the “bikini-shaped” blue lights illuminating this marvelous space Upper observation decks & onsite restaurant offering midwestern comfort food Aerospace Museum on the grounds displays aircraft from former Soviet blocked countries 1645 HWY 104 | QCY BLUE HAVEN CAFE: 217. 885.3010 MUSEUM: 217.885.3800 jet-warbirds.com BY APPOINTMENT; GROUP TOURS AVAILABLE

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SCOTTIES FUN SPOT

Award-winning family entertainment headquarters

Space-themed laser tag, go-karts, mini-lane bowl- ing, roller skating, bumper cars, 19-hole mini golf, ball-o-city and arcade

Bonus:Winner’s Grille onsite

8000 BROADWAY | QCY 217.222.3868 scottiesfunspot.com

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SILOAM SRINGS STATE PARK

Nature lover’s paradise spanning 3,323 acres

Wooded terrain with scenic trails, bird watching, picnicking, camping and hunting

Sparkling lake offering fishing plus boat rentals

938 EAST 3003RD LANE CLAYTON | 217.894.6205 dnr.state.il.us

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ST FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH

Ornate Gothic Revival style, built 1884 at a cost of $62,000 Stunning interior murals and extensive white marble adorn the sanctuary Bonus: shares the block with Underbrink’s Bakery 1721 COLLEGE | QCY 217.222.2898 stfrancissolanus.com INDIVIDUAL VIEWINGS AVAILABLE + GROUP TOURS BY APPT

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TERRIPIN FARMS 27

A 4th generation farm on the edge of Quincy Seasonal farm stand, themed flower gardens and tours of the fields Summer welcomes sunflower fields and a wide variety of fresh vegetables in the farm stand

3729 N 36TH | QCY 217.440.4678 OPEN MAY-OCT

UNDERBRINK’S BAKERY 28

Authentic working German bakery since 1929, still furnished with antique cases & equipment Famous for melt-in-your mouth angel food cupcakes, pies danishes and cookies 1627 COLLEGE | QCY 217.222.1831 underbrinks.com TUES-FRI 7A-3P | SAT 7A-12P BEHIND-THE-SCENES GROUP TOURS BY APPT (WEEKDAYS ONLY) Mediterranean castle built on the Mississippi bluffs in 1900 for world traveler, George Metz Stunning interior courtyard with reflecting pool Now Quincy’s Tourist Info Ctr, gift shop, and SeeQuincy offices 532 GARDNER EXPY | QCY 217.224.3688 thevillakathrine.org Mon-Sat 9a-5p | sun 1a-5p (closes at 4p Nov-Mar) SELF-GUIDEDTOURS $5 ADULTS Bike Quincy rentals available here by the hour or day 800.978.4748 seequincy.com

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WASHINGTON PARK

Quincy’s original square, est. 1825; site of the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate (see Lincoln storyboards) Now home to summer farmers market and free blues concerts 5TH & MAINE | QCY 217.223.7703 quincyparkdistrict.com Across from the Lincoln- Douglas Debate Interpretive Center & District Offices 128 N 5TH | 217.228.8696 MON-FRI 8:30-4:30P | FREE Quincy’s iconic “mom & pop” corner grocery and carry-out deli since 1948 Cold cut sandwiches, hot soups and ice cold pop Kids of all ages love the penny candy corner and friendly “Winking” service 416 S 4TH | QCY 217.223.4764 winkingsmarket.com MON-FRI 7:30A-6P SAT 9A-3P Among the Midwest’s most beautiful cemeteries; ancient hardwoods and panoramic Mississippi views Planned by Quincy’s founder, JohnWood, circa 1846 A stately mausoleum graces the site where a CivilWar hospital once stood

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WINKING’S MARKET

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WOODLAND CEMETERY

1020 S 5TH | QCY 217.222.2412

Historical Society of Adams County offers annual tours 217.222.1835 hsqac.org

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PITTSFIELD AREA Pike County

Nestled between the two rivers of West Central Illinois, Pike County is chock full of history, natural resources and wild life. From 1821 through 1822, Pike County consisted of all the land between the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers that included, at the time, the small city of Chicago. The county has strong historical ties with Abraham Lincoln who practiced law and made campaign stops in the area. Pike County is dotted with many unique towns and villages including Pittsfield, Barry, Griggsville, Hull and New Philadelphia, the first town in the United States to be settled by an African American. Pike County leads the state of Illinois, and in fact the Midwest, in trophy-winning whitetail buck hunting and offers exceptional wild turkey hunting and fishing. The scenic area is home to a variety of additional outdoor activities with ample camping, boating, and golfing options. Lodging selections include state-of-the-art country lodges, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, historic hotels, cabins at the lake, and motels. Interesting shops, antiquing and tasty local eateries are around every bend in the road. Pike County’s small communities offer more than 25 yearly special events and festivals that celebrate everything from agricultural diversity and Abraham Lincoln and Civil War heritage, to jeep trail riding and Fall Color Run family fun.

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ABE LINCOLN’STALKING HOUSES

Driving audio tour of 15 Lincoln-significant build - ings in Pittsfield (set your radio to tune in) Tour may be started at theVisitors Center (#34 below) 224WWASHINGTON PITTSFIELD | 217.285.2971 pikelincoln.com

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PIKE COUNTY COURT HOUSE + PITTSFIELD SQUARE

This imposing county court house was fashioned of Cleveland stone in an octagonal design Master mason, Robert Franklin designed the key- stone architecture of the court house in 1894 The structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful courthouses in the state and the Midwest Lincoln & Douglas spoke in this courtyard during the senatorial campaign of 1858 Surrounding the court house, a vibrant Midwestern square offers a variety of boutique shops and eateries, along with frequent events 100 EWASHINGTON ST PITTSFIELD | 217.285.6812 pikeil.org

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EAST SCHOOL MUSEUM

480-acre recreational park with 200-acre lake Boating, fishing, camping, hiking, picnicking, tennis, softball, soccer, shelters Lincoln Days CivilWar Re-enactment held here first weekend of June annually 2 MILES EAST OF US 54 & 1.5 MILES NORTHOF IL 106 217.285.4484 pittsfieldil.org Luxury lodge & private cabins; available for retreats and corporate events A Polaris adventure destination and largest ATV/UTV park in Illinois with 80+ miles of trails; bring your own or rent the newest side by side models Horseback riding, hayrides, mountain bikes + delicious home cooked meals in a peaceful setting 10236 393RD ST | NEBO 217.734.2526 heartlandlodge.com Constructed during the CivilWar as “the county’s school”, allowing rural students to board in local homes during the winter Now houses a collection of historical items, including the overalls of Robert Earl Hughes, GuinnessWorld Book of Records’ heaviest man c. 1950s 400 E JEFFERSON PITTSFIELD | 217.370.0904 pikeil.org | SEASONAL | FREE

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NEW PHILADELPHIA

An integrated community founded in 1836 by Frank McWorter, who purchased his own freedom First town founded, platted and registered by an African American in the United States Listed on the National Register of Historic Places 295TH AVE | BARRY 217.285.2971 newphiladelphiail.org

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WILLIAMWATSON HOTEL

Frequented by Abe Lincoln in the 1800s

Now home to a beautifully restored boutique hotel infused with cozy ambience

14 spacious guest accommodations

107 EASTWASHINGTON PITTSFIELD | 217.285.6030 wmwatsonpittsfield

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YOGI BEAR’S JELLYSTONE PARK AT PINE LAKES

105-acre campground; 45-acre stocked lake

Fishing (no license required) , beach swimming, hiking, boat rentals, hay rides, playground, volleyball

Cottages and camping

1405 LAKEVIEWHEIGHTS PITTSFIELD 217.285.6719 jellystonepinelakes.com

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Hancock County

NAUVOO AREA

Hancock County and the city of Nauvoo are the cross- roads of many avenues of history. People who have shaped national and world history have passed through this area, including Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Douglas, Robert E. Lee, Henry David Thoreau and Joseph Smith. The rare combination of history, natural beauty, and quaint shopping & dining experiences culminate in Nauvoo to offer a winning destination. It is here that the upper Mississippi River is at its widest, bald eagles make their home in winter, fireflies in spring, incredible fall colors abound, and summertime festivals celebrate the longtime bounty of the grape. Nauvoo is one of America’s premier historic communi- ties, recognized as a National Historic Landmark District, with more than 50 restored homes and shops to tour in the “Flats”.The town is steeped in Mormon heritage and one of the world’s stately white MormonTemples sits upon the Nauvoo bluffs. World-class shows fit for the entire family and horse drawn wagon rides are available year round... all for free.

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CARTHAGE JAIL &VISITORS CENTER

Old Carthage Jail, built 1839

Martyr site of Latter-day Saint movement founder, Joseph Smith, and his brother Hyrum The property was sold to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1938 and is now open to visitors

310 BUCHANAN ST CARTHAGE | 217.357.2989

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FLOOD MUSEUM

Visit Noah’s world, board the ark, experience the flood and the world after the flood - Bible art exhibit, artifacts from ancient Israel, a fossil evidence exhibit and gift shop 1310 KNIGHT ST NAUVOO | 800.264.4817 thefloodmuseum.com SUMMER HOURS: MAY-AUG MON-SAT 12-4P FALL: MON,WED, SAT 12-4P WINTER: CHECK SCHEDULE Over 40 historic sites, hands-on activities, pioneer games and horse- pulled wagon rides 350 N MAIN | NAUVOO 217.453.2419 Guided walking tours begin at the visitors center, with a short film, continuing to Smith family homes Exquisite Monument to Women Garden on the grounds 865WATER ST | NAUVOO 217.453.2246 nauvoohistoricsites.org VIDEO & MUSEUM EXHIBITS FREE

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HISTORIC NAUVOO & HISTORIC NAUVOOVISITORS CENTER

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HOTEL NAUVOO

Historic inn & restaurant operated by the Kraus family for four generations

Award-winning buffet

Five dining rooms, each reflecting a different era of Nauvoo’s history 1290 MULHOLLAND ST NAUVOO 217.453.2211 (open seasonally) hotelnauvoo.com

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KIBBE HANCOCK HERITAGE MUSEUM 45

Impressive collection of Civil War and Native American artifacts, fashion items circa 1840-1920, geodes, fossils, rocks and historic Hancock County artifacts Abe Lincoln displays and a funeral customs display Listed among “10 Creepy Museums of theWorld” urbanghostsmedia.com 306WALNUT ST CARTHAGE | 217.357.9552 OPENAPR-OCT SUN -4P | TUES-SAT 12-4P A community showcase, the theater underwent a $3.3 million renovation in 2009/10 525-seat performance venue for arts, entertainment, and learning

THE LEGACYTHEATER 46

World-class shows throughout the year

1160 BUCHANAN ST CARTHAGE | 217.357.9479 thelegacytheater.com

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On the banks of the Mississippi, this 148-acre park includes a 13-acre lake with a mile-long shore line Fishing, boating, camping, hiking, plus the Nauvoo Grape Festival Labor DayWeekend Nauvoo’s first vineyard also occupies the grounds producing grapes since the 1800s (see Baxter’s, p. 7) 980 BLUFF ST | NAUVOO 217.453.2512 | dnr.state.il.us

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RHEINBERGER MUSEUM &WELD HOUSE MUSEUM

Off-grid lodging nestled in a 28-acre forest 8 miles outside historic Nauvoo Semi-primitive tree houses with 360-degree views plus a reclaimed 1800s log cabin with a cozy wood burning fireplace A truly secluded respite with rave reviews for a magical stay 1825 N COUNTY RD 900 NAUVOO 217.440.8006 tenacretreehouses.net and fall of Prohibition Restored by its current owners in 2017, now a full restaurant & bar with a killer “build-a-burger” menu On the scenic Mississippi bluffs along the Great River Road 900 N 5TH |WARSAW 217.505.1009 warsawbreweryllc.com (open seasonally) Built in 1860, the structure has witnessed a colorful history, including the rise Two unique venues, preserving Nauvoo’s history Rheinberger has its original wine cellar, Lincoln room, quilt room & Icarian room Weld house features items from Quashquema-present, river history, a 900-piece arrowhead collection and pioneer artifacts 4011 KIMBALL | NAUVOO 217.453.2599 1380 MULHOLLAND 217.453.6590

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TENACRETREE HOUSES

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WARSAW BREWERY

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QUINCY AREA Annual Events

QHS SHOOTOUT 4THWKD IN JAN GREAT RIVER EAGLE DAYS 4THWKD IN JAN MARKTWAINTOY SHOW 4THWKD IN FEB WGEM HOME & LIVING SHOW 1STWKD IN MAR SIGNS OF SPRING CRAFT SHOW 2NDWKD IN MAR Q-TOWN BASEBALLTOURNAMENTS APR-JULY BRIDGETHE GAPTO HEALTH RACE 3RD SAT IN MAY DOGWOOD FESTIVAL 1STWKD IN MAY 4 X 4 ILLINI JEEP SAFARI 3RDWKD IN MAY FLAVORTOURS SATURDAYS JUNE- AUG BLUES INTHE DISTRICT 2ND/4TH FRI JUNE- SEPT FISHING FOR FREEDOM 1STWKD IN JUNE LINCOLN DAYS CIVILWAR RE-ENACTMENT 1STWKD IN JUNE GERMANFEST 1STWKD IN JUNE QUINCY GRAND PRIX OF KARTING 2NDWKD IN JUNE CARTHAGE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 2NDWKD IN JUNE PEPSI LITTLE PEOPLE’S GOLF FATHER’S DAY SUN-WED TITAN FIRECRACKER CLASSIC SWIM MEET 3RDWKD IN JUNE QFEST ART FAIRE 4THWKD IN JUNE QUINCY FREEDOM FEST JULY 3-4TH FRIENDS OFTHETRAILS ULTIMATE RIDE SATAFTER JULY 4TH NAUVOO PAGEANT 1ST FRI IN JULY-1ST FRI INAUG ADAMS COUNTY FAIR LASTTHUR IN JULY-1STWED INAUG MOONLIGHT RIDE FOR HUNGER 2ND SATAUG dependent on moon NAUVOO GRAPE FESTIVAL LABOR DAYWKD FRONTIER SETTLEMENT DAYS 2ND SAT IN SEPT GRIGGSVILLE APPLE FESTIVAL 3RD FULLWKD IN SEPT OKTOBERFEST 4TH SAT IN SEPT QUINCY UNIVERSITY BALLOON GLOW NEAR 4THWKD IN SEPT BARRY APPLE FESTIVAL 1STWEEKEND IN OCT WOODLAND CEMETERY GHOSTTOURS SAT’S INOCT & HALLOWEEN GREAT RIVER FILM FESTIVAL 2NDWKD IN OCTTHUR-SAT PIKE COUNTY FALL PICKINS DAYS 3RDWKD IN OCT EARLYTIN DUSTERS STREET RODS WKD OF 3RD SUN IN OCT QUINCY CRAFT & CHRISTMAS MARKET 2NDWKD IN NOV QUINCY SERVICE LEAGUE’S HOLIDAY SHOW WKD PRE-THANKSGIVING YMCATURKEY RUN THANKSGIVING GOV. JOHNWOOD MANSION CANDLELIGHTTOURS WKDS DEC FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS THANKSGIVINGTO NEWYEAR’S QUINCY SOAPBOX DERBY 3RDWKD IN JUNE QUINCY GEMS BASEBALL JUNE-1STWEEKAUG LAHARPE CLASSIC CAR SHOW 1ST SAT INAUG WESTERN ILTHRESHERS 1ST FULLWKD INAUG

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