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Bishop Hill State Historic Site


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Bishop Hill was the site of a utopian religious community founded in 1846 by Swedish pietist Eric Janson (1808-1850) and his followers. Many consider the Jansonist emigration as the beginning of Swedish America. Bishop Hill is a National Historic Landmark. The restored village has 5 museums, 3 restaurants, 1 Bed and Breakfast and 20 unique gift shops.


Admission: Suggested Donation - Adult: 2.00 Child: 1.00
Hours: March-Oct - M-Su: 9am-5pm
Nov.-Feb. - M-Su: 9am-4pm
Closed major holidays.
Address: 200 S Bishop Hill St
Phone: 309-927-3345
Our Email: bishophill@winco.net
Our Website:www.bishophill.com
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Bishop Hill State Historic Site

Bishop Hill was the site of a utopian religious community founded in 1846 by Swedish pietist Eric Janson (1808-1850) and his followers. Many consider the Jansonist emigration as the beginning of Swedish America. Bishop Hill is a National Historic Landmark. The restored village has 5

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Henry County Historical Museum

Garments, tools, gadgets and furnishings of the late 19th Century. Enjoy detailed exhibits, the one room school house, doctor's and dentist's offices the war room, restored ag implements, machinery, an authentic windmill & hog house exhibits.

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