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  • WWI Victory Memorial

    The WWI Victory Memorial monument to Vermilion County's World War I veterans was sculpted by Lorado Taft. Its base displays the names of 51 area men who died in the war. Statues representing Red Cross...
    WWI Victory Memorial

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lake Vermillion

Lake Vermilion is a 1000-acre lake located in Danville. It is a water supply lake and is owned by Aqua Illinois Inc. The Vermilion County Conservation District (V.C.C.D.) maintains the lease on the lake and manages the recreational activities. It is one of Illinois'

Danville, IL Recreation

Vermilion County Museum

Vermilion County Museum is a new building which is a replica of the 1833 county courthouse where Lincoln practiced law from 1841-1859

Danville, IL Museums

Lamon House

The 1840's Lamon House is believed to be the oldest frame residence in the area. It was constructed by Joseph Lamon, cousin of Ward Hill Lamon, Lincoln'

Danville, IL Museums

Fithian Home

The Fithian home is a Lincoln site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The 1855 Victorian mansion was the home of Dr. William Fithian, a friend of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln spent 2 nights there in 1858

Danville, IL Historic Homes

Off Track Betting Facility

Food, fun and horseracing are the order of the day at the Danville OTB parlor. Adjacent to the Ramada just off I-74. Catch the excitement of thoroughbread and harness racing on 100

Danville, IL Gaming

Things to do near Danville, IL

Onarga Township Cemetery

Eternal home of Timothy Webster, Civil War Spy...

Illinois Old-Time Fiddlers Jam Session

Illinois Old Time Fiddlers Association's monthly jam session. Our goal is to preserve and pass on to the next generations old...

C. H. Moore Homestead

An 1870 Victorian mansion on the National Register with 3 buildings of antique farm machinery and a general store....

Steven's Creek Golf Course

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Lincoln Depot

Three months after his election in November 1860, Abraham Lincoln left Springfield for Washington, D.C. to become the 16th Pr...