Other Unique Attractions
Since driving America's Byways are all about getting off the beaten path and experiencing "Authentic America," there is no better way to truly experience the region than to explore its communities. Immerse yourself in all the region has to offer. Explore the many attractions that will make your journey something special.
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Wheel Art is a pottery studio and school offering classes to beginning and intermediate adults and children, workshops for all ages, private sessions, birthday parties, children’s summer camp and Read more [...]
Alpaca apparel, yarn, fiber & more.
Enjoy the taste of locally-produced wine in August Hill Winery’s Tasting Room. Beautifully decorated in modern decor, the tasting room has a welcoming environment and is the perfect place for a s Read more [...]
Just outside of Granville, Illinois in the little community of Mark, Denise and Keith Boggio operate Boggio’s Little Mountain Orchard. Both children of produce marketing families, the Boggios gro Read more [...]
One of the wonderful things about West Central Illinois is that you can take home a bounty of locally grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, honey and jams from the Farmer’s Market in Jones Park in dow Read more [...]
It’s your day your way at the Caterpillar Visitors Center where you’ll enjoy experiencing Caterpillar on a self-guided journey at your own pace. You’ll find interactive displays and e Read more [...]
Founded to preserve and perpetuate the history of Chillicothe and surrounding areas through written and oral history and related artifacts, the museum showcases period displays and features the William Read more [...]
The enthusiasm and resourcefulness of a small group of friends with one strong common interest in quality theatre was responsible for the birth of Corn Stock Theatre in 1954, the first outdoor Read more [...]
One of the major on-site archeological museums in the country, Dickson Mounds Museum also interprets the ecology of the Illinois River’s Emiquon region. The site itself lies where two major ecosy Read more [...]
The Utica Museum Complex houses the LaSalle County Historical Society, a group that acquired the stone warehouse (ca. 1848), one of 3 remaining original buildings on the I&M, which houses the socie Read more [...]