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Cahokia Courthouse State Historic Site

This courthouse is an authentic remnant of the French settlement of Illinois and an excellent example of their "post-on-sill" foundation style of construction. Originally constructed as a dwelling in 1737. The building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Cahokia, IL Historic Courthouses

The Church Of The Holy Family

This is the oldest French "Upright Log" Church in Illinois still in continuous use. It was built in 1799 with "Portteaux Sur Sole" (posts on sill)

Cahokia, IL Historic Churches

St Clair County Historical Museum and Library

Built in 1866, the St Clair County Historical Museum is a Victorian house furnished with Victorian artifacts. Built to a German settler, it was acquired in 1963

Belleville, IL Museums


Jarrot Mansion

Formerly the home of Nicholas Jarrot, a French-born entrepreneur and land speculator. Construction began in 1807, making it one of the earliest surviving masonry buildings in Illinois. The Jarrot Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places/B>

Cahokia, IL Historic Homes

Berger-Kiel House

The house is a 1½-story hall and parlor, log, and frame home built around 1864

Mascoutah, IL Historic Cabins



GMC Stadium

This 5,000-seat stadium has reserved box seats, lawn seats, party sites and a hot tub. It'

Cahokia, IL Baseball Fields


Henry White Experimental Farm

The Henry White Experimental Farm was donated to the Illinois Department of Agriculture in 1988

Belleville, IL Agriculture

Mermaid House

A retired sea captain built the Mermaid House as a hotel in 1830 on the St. Louis-Vincennes Trail, now known as Rte. 50. A famous visitor was Charles Dickens who documented his story in his book "American Notes."

Lebanon, IL Historic Homes

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