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  • August Hill Winery

    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 special evening out or to catch up with a group of friends. Select from a variety of wines and Read more [...]

  • Boggio’s Orchard

    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 grow an amazing array of products, from fruits and vegetables to dried flowers, honey, and their famous nationally-award-winning apple cider. The in-house Read more [...]

  • Canton Farmer’s Market

    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 downtown Canton. Sponsored by Canton Main Street, in collaboration with Spoon River College, the Markets have become a Read more [...]

  • Caterpiller Visitors Center

    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 exhibits sure to engage and entertain visitors of all ages. Climb in the seat of a massive two-story Cat 797 truck and Read more [...]

  • Chillicothe Historical Society Museum

    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 Johnston McCulley Exhibit. McCulley is best known for being the creator of Zorro and several other super heroes. A portrait of Read more [...]

  • Corn Stock Theatre

    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 theatre-in-the-round in Central Illinois.

  • Dickson Mounds Museum

    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 ecosystems meet: The Upper Mississippi River-Illinois River Bottomlands, and the Western Forest-Prairie complex. Turning onto the museum’s entry road, it’s Read more [...]

  • Farmdale Reservoir

    Managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, visitors can use the trails to go hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. No motorized vehicles are allowed. Farmdale provides excellent opportunities for bird watching, wildlife observation and photography. Sections of the Reservoir have been returned to native tall grass prairie, while Read more [...]

  • Festival 56 Theatre

    Festival 56 is a professional theatre festival located at the Grace Performing Arts Center in Princeton, IL. Each season, we offer 7 productions in the summer, including Shakespeare in the Park and 3 additional productions in the fall and winter. Performances at Festival 56 feature a cast and crew of Read more [...]

  • Fondulac Farm Park

    Open throughout the year’s warmer months, this quaint recreation of a 1920’s farm gives children a glimpse of what farm life was like. Antique farm equipment, a working windmill, a replicated kitchen of the 1920’s era, and one room school takes visitors back to a time of long ago. Watch Read more [...]

  • Glen Oak Park & Peoria Zoo

    Designed by the legendary gardener Oscar F. Dubuis and dedicated in 1896, Glen Oak Park is the focal point of northeastern Peoria and home to the Peoria Park District headquarters. Today, the park hosts daily visitors to its Peoria Zoo, Luthy Botanical Garden and various special events. Visitors can take Read more [...]

  • Hegeler Carus Mansion

    The Hegeler Carus Mansion is an architectural masterpiece and a key to the rich history of the Illinois Valley, the Midwest and the nation. Located near Starved Rock State Park, the mansion has remained virtually unaltered since its completion more than a century ago. The grounds were developed shortly after Read more [...]

  • Hidden Paradise Alpacas

    Our hidden paradise, nestled in a peaceful, quiet timber area, includes alpacas, llamas, miniature horses and donkeys, goats, sheep; and a variety of chickens, ducks and guinea hens. All of our animals are hands-on and love guests dropping in for a visit. We also have an on-site country gift shop Read more [...]

  • Illinois River Winery

    Sip on locally-produced wine at the Illinois River Winery tasting room located on Illinois Route 178 in Utica. Creating an “old world casual” atmosphere with bistro seating and comfortable couches, and a 30′ bar, the tasting room has up to 30 handcrafted wines available daily. The tasting room also has Read more [...]

  • Illinois Sparkling Co

    Illinois Sparkling Wine Co. is an independently-owned craft winery that specializes in making exceptional wines that aren’t stuffy or intimidating using the traditional method. Their wines are made in Peru, Illinois with 100% Illinois grown grapes. Stop in today at August Will Winery in Utica and experience sparkling wine the Read more [...]

  • Kickapoo Creek Winery

    Kickapoo Creek Winery is a great place in central Illinois to sample and purchase fine local wines, and to learn about how wine is made. Walk or hike along trails beside lakes, surrounded by vineyards and tall oak trees. Bring a picnic basket and walk the trails, gaze out over Read more [...]

  • LaSalle County Historical Society Museum

    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 society’s headquarters as well as a bookstore/gift shop and a number of exceptional exhibits. Also part of the complex Read more [...]

  • Lock 16 Visitor Center and Gift Shop

    Board the LaSalle Canal Boat, and enjoy the scenery, history and relaxation of a mule pulled ride on the waterway that changed the face of the nation – the historic Illinois & Michigan Canal. Your one-hour, round trip journey on a full-size replica canal boat will take you on the Read more [...]

  • Mackinaw Valley Vineyard

    What started as a dream in the spring of 1997 has developed into a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of today’s hectic world. Mackinaw Valley Vineyard, owned and run by the Hahn family, hosts a winery, tasting room and gift shop. Choose from a selection of award winning Read more [...]

  • Nonie’s Bakery & Cafe

    Nonie’s Bakery & Cafe is open daily and serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Relax in the Norman Rockwell/Grandma’s Dining Room or outside under the gazebo. Sandwiches, ice cream, espresso drinks, and fresh baked goods are just a few of the delicious treats offered at Nonie’s. Vegetarian menu options are also Read more [...]

  • Peoria Art Guild

    As one of the oldest and largest resources for contemporary art in Central Illinois, the Peoria Art Guild exhibits the artwork of local, regional, national and international artists.

  • Peoria Historic Neighborhood Walking Tour

    In the early twentieth century, High Street and Moss Avenue attracted many wealthy Peorians. They used their imaginations and money to build their dream houses on the bluff. This opulence can still be found in the ornamental iron works,turrets, and fish scale shingles that adorn many of our neighborhood’s houses. Read more [...]

  • Peoria Historical Society

    The Peoria Historical Society operates two historic house museums; the John C. Flanagan House on Glen Oak Ave and the Pettengill-Morron House on Moss Avenue. The House Museums are available for tours on an appointment basis. The Society’s mission to preserve and celebrate Peoria’s history is evidenced by their 30,000+ Read more [...]

  • Peoria Riverfront Museum

    Visit the new Peoria Riverfront Museum’s world-class facility on Peoria’s beautiful downtown riverfront. High-quality informative and interactive exhibits, all within view of the majestic Illinois River. Hear fascinating true tales or make your own history in The Street, an ever changing Peoria regional history gallery. Explore the Illinois River, from Read more [...]

  • Peoria Zoo

    Designed by the legendary gardener Oscar F. Dubuis and dedicated in 1896, Glen Oak Park is the focal point of northeastern Peoria and home to the Peoria Park District headquarters. Today, the park hosts daily visitors to its Peoria Zoo, Luthy Botanical Garden and various special events. Visitors can take Read more [...]

  • Spirit of Peoria

    Docked at Downtown Peoria’s Riverfront Park, the paddle wheeler, Spirit of Peoria, embarks on regularly-scheduled cruises to various Illinois River destinations including Starved Rock State Park,Pere Marquette State Park and Saint Louis Riverfront. One-hour public sightseeing cruises are also scheduled on a regular basis, as are various theme cruises such Read more [...]

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