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Keeley Institute

The Institute for Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation was built in 1876, then closed in approximately 1940

Dwight, IL Historic Buildings

Historic Route 66

Built in the 1920's, Route 66, also known as "The Mother Road," brought many people through Dwight on their way west looking for a more prosperous life. The road has evolved over the years to today's I-55

Dwight, IL Historic Districts


Prairie Creek Library

The Prairie Creek Library was built in 1896 as a carriage house and later transformed into a treatment and recreation building for the Keeley Institute. The building has been on the National Registry of Historic Places,since 1980

Dwight, IL Historic Buildings

Little White Schoolhouse Museum

Constructed in 1854 as a church, this Greek Revival building also served as a school house for nearly 50

Owego, IL Historic Schoolhouses

Fox Valley Winery

Come experience one of Illinois'

Owego, IL Wineries

Catherine V. Yost Museum

The Yost house was built in 1898 by Z. F. Yost. The museum portrays the life of an upper middle class family during the late 1800's and early 1900'

Pontiac, IL Museums


The Jones House

A gothic revival brick house built in 1858

Pontiac, IL Historic Homes

Humiston Woods Nature Preserve

400 acres, woods, hiking, pond, Vermilion River and 15

Pontiac, IL Nature Preserves

Bank Of Dwight

The Bank of Dwight built in 1855, is the oldest business institution in the village. The Greek Classic design building was remodeled in 1974

Dwight, IL Historic Buildings

Dargon Park Sculptures

"Seasons of Life" rusty in appearance, standing 25-ft. tall, the three sculptures symbolize the human "changes" or "seasons"

Pontiac, IL Arts

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