Stockton Historical Museum

category : Museums
Located downtown in a restored 1890s building, the Stockton Historical Museum presents Stockton's history of the Chicago Great Western Railroad, the birthplace of J.L. Kraft Cheese, and local history.

Hours: Weekends or by appointment
Address: 107 W. Front St.
Phone: 815-947-2863

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