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  • National Cemetary

    The National Cemetary is located on the grounds of the VA Medical Center. Entrance off E. Main St. Can be found near the Army Reserve Center. The cemetary serves as the final resting place for veteran...
    National Cemetary

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Fithian Home

The Fithian home is a Lincoln site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The 1855 Victorian mansion was the home of Dr. William Fithian, a friend of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln spent 2 nights there in 1858

Danville, IL Historic Homes


Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Danville

The VA Medical Center was established by an Act of Congress in 1896

Danville, IL Historic Buildings

Kennekuk County Park

Founded in 1974, Kennekuk County Park is 3000 acres in size and is located five miles west of Danville. It is bordered on the west by the Middle Fork National Scenic River and the Middle Fork State Wildlife Area (3000 acres). Kickapoo State Park (3000 acres)

Danville, IL Recreation Parks

Lake Vermillion

Lake Vermilion is a 1000-acre lake located in Danville. It is a water supply lake and is owned by Aqua Illinois Inc. The Vermilion County Conservation District (V.C.C.D.) maintains the lease on the lake and manages the recreational activities. It is one of Illinois'

Danville, IL Recreation

Things to do near Danville, IL

Bicentennial Art Center

The Bicentennial Art Center is housed in a historic mansion that has been turned into an art gallery with rotating displays, ...

Vermilion County Museum

Vermilion County Museum is a new building which is a replica of the 1833 county courthouse where Lincoln practiced law from 1...

Mattoon Golf & Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Kitchell Park and Chautauqua Auditorium

40-acre Kitchell Park was donated to the City of Pana by Civil War Captain, Kitchell. Listed on the National Register of H...

Mile Marker Historical Monument

This stone identifies one of the last original road markers that dotted the first road from Vincennes to Chicago....