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Great River Road

581 South Deere Road
Macomb, IL
There is a place located in the heart of America, sometimes referred to as The Heart of America. It represents four centuries of history and herita...
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Museum of Geology

1st Floor Tillman Hall, Western Illinois University
Macomb, IL
Founded in 1975, the Museum of Geology is an arm of Western Illinois University's Department of Geology. Originally conceived as a learning resourc...
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Lakeview Nature Center

10050 North 1500th Road
Macomb, IL
The mission of Lakeview Nature Area is to promote stewardship and conservation of the environment through experiential education. Adjacent to Sprin...
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Spoon River Valley Scenic Drive

PO Box 525
Lewistown, IL
About Us:The Spoon River became nationally known from the work of Edgar Lee Masters, the author of the noted Spoon River Anthology. The home of Mas...
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Dickson Mounds Museum

10956 North Dickson Mounds
Lewistown, IL
Dickson Mounds Museum, a branch of the Illinois State Museum and a National Historic Site, is one of the major on-site archaeological museums in th...
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Jacksonville Theatre Guild

210 West College Avenue
Jacksonville, IL
The Jacksonville Theatre Guild office and Studio Theatre are located at 210 West College, across from the Jacksonville Public Library. We have 3 ro...
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Prairie Land Heritage Museum

1003 West Michigan
Jacksonville, IL
Prairie Land Heritage Museum Institute is a non-profit educational organization open to folks of all ages interested in preserving our heritage, an...
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Nauvoo-Carthage Jail

310 Buchanan
Carthage, IL
Visit the restored Carthage Jail, where the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum were martyred. You can also tour the visitors’ center ...
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Candlelight Tour of New Salem

15588 History Lane
Petersburg, IL
The Candlelight Walk offers the only opportunity to see the village at night. Period clothed interpreters will be inside many of the log homes and ...
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