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Silvercreek Museum


category : Museums
Operated by the Stephenson County antique engine club, which also operates the Silver Creek and Stephenson Railroad. Offers 28 rooms of early Americana.


Admission: Donation: $2.00
Hours: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm on selected holidays and weekends or by appointment. Call for a schedule.
Address: 2954 S. Walnut Rd.
Phone: 815-235-2198
Our Email: peggy1@mwci.com
Our Website:www.thefreeportshow.com

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