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Heritage Canyon is a 12-acre quarry that houses a restored and furnished mid-1800's settlement with paths through wooded hillsides, a church, a one room school house, a doctor's office, swinging bridge and much more. A must see!


Admission: Donations only, except on specials days when a $2.00 admission for adults and children over 14 is requested.
Hours: Daily: 9am-5pm
Address: 515 N. 4th St.
Phone: 815-589-2838
Our Email: chamber@cityoffulton.us
Our Website:www.cityoffulton.us/canyon.php

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