Havana

Experience the Havana Gateway Along the Illinois River Road

  • Bridge in Havana

    Bridge in Havana

  • Downtown Havana

    Downtown Havana

  • Downtown Havana

    Downtown Havana

  • Downtown Havana

    Downtown Havana

  • Downtown Havana

    Downtown Havana

  • Havana Nature Center and Riverfront-Park

    Havana Nature Center and Riverfront-Park

  • Havana Emiquon National Wildlife Refuge

    Havana Emiquon National Wildlife Refuge

  • Havana Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge

    Havana Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge

  • Havana Jake Wolf Fish Hatchery

    Havana Jake Wolf Fish Hatchery

  • Havana Llama Farm

    Havana Llama Farm

Havana’s historic downtown, lined with vintage-style lighting and quaint shops, reflects a passion for its historic buildings, 150+ year history and links to Abraham Lincoln. At the foot of Main Street is the Illinois River and Riverfront Park where you can amble the sidewalk pathways, cross the footbridge and enjoy scenic overlooks which provide a panoramic view of river traffic.  Riverfront Park also boasts the nicest boat ramp to launch from within a 64 mile stretch of the Illinois River, with easy parking for vehicles and trailers and public restrooms.

Havana is proud to have three sites on the National Register of Historic Places.  The Historic Havana water tower at the top of Main Street hill, the Havana Public Library and Rockwell Mound where Lincoln and Douglas both gave noteworthy speeches, all have a rich historical significance and are listed on the registry.

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