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Pettengill - Mormon House Museum

The Pettengill-Morron House Museum was built by Moses Pettengill in 1868 in the Second Empire architectural style; the house has 11 rooms. The museum contains a unique collection of decorative arts, fine textiles, antique furniture and silver collections from several Peoria families. In 1900

Peoria, IL Museums


Flanagan House Museum

Circa 1837, this Georgian style home listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Peoria, IL Museums

Peoria Players Theatre

The longest continuously running community theatre in Illinois and the 4th oldest in the nation, the Peoria Players has been in continuous operation since 1919

Peoria, IL Theatres

Jubilee College State Historic Site

Tour the 1839 college, seminary prep school with chapel, dorms, library, head school master, study and exhibits and video presentation. Named Jubilee College by its founder, Episcopal Bishop Philander Chase in 1839

Brimfield, IL Historic Schoolhouses

Corn Stock Theatre

Corn Stock Theatre is a community theatre in a park-like setting, summer theatre. It seats 500 in a outdoor arena that is fully protected from weather by a large tent. The winter indoor facility, a small studio theatre, seats 175

Peoria, IL Theatres



Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences

This downstate's largest private museum features traveling art and science exhibitions, as well as a Planetarium, Children'

Peoria, IL Science Centers

inPlay at the Maxam

Family entertainment for all ages. Over 120

Peoria, IL Fun Centers


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