Downtown Charleston includes historic courthouse and many historic homes listed on the Coles County Register for significant places and on the National Register
Built in the 1920's, Route 66, also known as "The Mother Road," brought many people through Dwight on their way west looking for a more prosperous life. The road has evolved over the years to today'
Surveyed by Abraham Lincoln in 1836, the Petersburg Historic District, which encompasses well over half of Petersburg, is included in the National Register of Historic Sites
Chicago Portage National Historic Site is the only major remnant of the discovery and settlement of Chicago. One of only three National Historic Sites
Self-guided audio tour takes you through one of the "Prettiest Painted Places in America,"
Tour the Near Eastside (350 homes dating from the 1800s), Stolp Island, Westside and Riddle Highlands, two of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places
Explore the historic mall, built in 1904, with 22 specialty shops and Chessie's-an authentic 1915
Explore rare architecture in this historic district. The entire district of 667 homes is listed in the National Register of Historic Places
Includes original Freeport and the city's first street, Monterey. In later years, the area was known as the "Gold Coast"
Self-guided walking tour through Mt. Carroll's business district listed in the National Register of Historic Places
25 historic buildings edge Carbondale's nostalgic Town Square. When Daniel Harmon Brush, Carbondale's founding father, filed the original 56-acre plat of Carbondale in 1852, almost 10
Registered as a National Historic District in May 1975, 54 historic residences are located here. Some homes date to early 1850's, most are early 20
Seminary Street is one of the midwest's success stories in downtown restoration and revitalization. The National Trust'