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Rockford, Illinois

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Burpee Museum of Natural History

Burpee Museum is a natural history museum specializing in paleontology, geology, biology, and Native American life with three floors of exhibits. After four years of preparation, Jane is now on display as the centerpiece of a new exhibit at Burpee Museum - Jane: Diary of a Dinosaur

Rockford, IL Museums

Coronado Theatre

The Coronado Theatre is a fantastically ornate movie palace and Vaudeville hall built in 1927 and restored in 2000. The Coronado hosted legends of show business, the Marx Brothers and Milton Berle. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Coronado showed its first "talkie,"

Rockford, IL Historic Theatres

Forest City Queen at Riverview Park

Excursion boat with variety of crusies on the Rock River:

Rockford, IL Excursions

Ethnic Heritage Museum

The Ethnic Heritage Museum is an 1850's house dedicated to depicting the roles six ethnic groups played in area history:

Rockford, IL Ethnic Heritage

Rockford Symphony Orchestra

The Rockford Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of 1999 Illinois Conductor of the Year Steven Larson, presents concerts, an opera, pops and kinderkonzerts throughout the season. Peformances are held at Coronado Theatre, 314

Rockford, IL Performing Arts Centers

Things to do near Rockford, IL

Ottawa Scouting Museum

The Ottawa Scouting Museum is a museum to promote and preserve the colorful and proud traditions of Boy and Girl Scouting and...

Storybrook Country Club

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 14 days...

Mitchell's Holsteins Dairy Farm

A family farm since 1960, with a dairy herd of 100 milking cows and 100 replacement heifers, plus 320 acres of corn, 85 acres...

O'Nell Agriculture Museum

Museum of local history and antique farm tools with a monthly changing exhibit. Speakers 3rd Sunday of March, May, June, Sept...

Rock River Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 1 days...