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Funk Gem & Mineral Museum

Located at the Funk Prairie Home, this is the largest single person display of rare gems, minerals, fossils and lapidary art in the state; a true hidden treasure!

Shirley, IL Museums


Henry County Court House

The stately Henry County courthouse was built in 1878. The main courtroom ceiling is decorated with murals depicting the principal communities of the county and the judges bench is fine natural finished oak. One of Illinois'

Cambridge, IL Historic Courthouses

Central Congregational Church

The Central Congregational Church, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was erected in 1898

Galesburg, IL Historic Churches

Funk Prarie Home

The Pre-civil war, Victorian home of Illinois Senator and director of the Chicago Stock Yards, Lafayette Funk, lets visitors explore the lifestyle of a pioneering prairie family in the 1800\'

Shirley, IL Museums

Jim Edgar Panther Creek SFWA

A 26-square mile tract situated in the gently rolling countryside of west-central Illinois, Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish & Wildlife Area (JEPC) is one of the Department'

Chandlerville, IL Wildlife Areas

Gardner Museum of Architecture

The Gardner Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Place's

Quincy, IL Museums

Rock Island Arsenal Museum

Rock Island Arsenal Museum is the second oldest US Army Museum. Its primary mission is history of Rock Island Arsenal and a premiere small arms collection. The significant small arms collection includes rare examples. There is a serial number 1 of the Model 1903 rifle and serial number 2

Rock Island, IL Museums

Quincy Museum

Quincy Museum is housed in an 1890

Quincy, IL Museums

McDonough County Courthouse

The historical McDonough County Courthouse was built in 1872 for $155,000

Macomb, IL Historic Courthouses

The Orpheum Theatre

The restored vaudeville Orpheum Theatre, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a monument to the spirit of Galesburg and Knox County - a love of history, the arts and community. Described as "a veritable house of enchantment" when it opened its doors on August 19, 1916

Galesburg, IL Historic Theatres

Governor Duncan Home

Amidst the untamed beauty and savagery of the Illinois Prairie sprang the elegance and grace of the Duncan Mansion, the home of Gov. Joseph Duncan. Built in 1834 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Jacksonville, IL Historic Homes

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