Shawneetown, Illinois

John Marshall House Museum

category : Museums
Tour one of the oldest brick buildings in Illinois. It was bank before Illinois became a state and is now a 2-story museum with pioneer furnishings, documents, photos, and historic memorabilia. A Lewis & Clark historical marker is also in Shawneetown.

Admission: $1.00
Hours: Friday 10am-2pm; Sat 10am-noon, 1-4pm; Sun 1-4 pm. Open Mother's Day weekend to end of October.
Address: 1st St.
Phone: 618-269-3303

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