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Visitor Information Sites

Stephenson County Visitor Center
4596 US-20 Freeport, Illinois 61032

Visitor Information

Our mission is to provide the best hospitality service to visitors and residents and help them find the destination they are seeking in Stephenson County and beyond. 

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The History Museum on the Square
332 Maine St. Quincy, Illinois 62301

Guided/Self-Guided Tours Museum Passport Site Visitor Information

The History Museum on the Square houses permanent and rotating installations and features displays and artifacts from the pioneer era through modern times. A unique feature of the historic structure is the large, three- story, circular corner tower which is connected to an elevated front center entrance. A sculpture garden on the grounds features significant architectural artifacts from Quincy buildings that are no longer in existence.  Many of the permanent exhibits in the History Museum interpret the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. 

The museum’s grounds, manicured and welcoming, are maintained by the Master Gardeners of University of Illinois Extension Unit 14 and feature well-placed pieces from the Gardner Museum’s Sculpture Garden. 

The John Wood Memorial Plaza is located south of the Museum and is a tranquil landscaped patio area with engraved pavers and benches purchased by Society members. This beautiful space is fast-becoming a popular spot for receptions, lunches and weddings “near the Square.”  

A stone drinking fountain on the west side of the building stands as a memorial to World War I Brigadier General Henry Root Hill. 

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Vermilion County Museum
116 N. Gilbert St. Danville, Illinois 61832

Good for Kids Guided/Self-Guided Tours Museum Passport Site Visitor Information

Opened in the spring of 2002, the museum center is a near replica of the 1833 county courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law from 1841-1859. The museum center includes a Lincoln/Lamon law office recreation, among other Lin- coln memorabilia. The museum is housed on two floors (ADA accessible) and sits directly behind the Fithian Home.

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Visit Champaign County
17 E. Taylor St. Champaign, Illinois 61820

Visitor Information

Our love for our community runs deep, and we can't wait to welcome visitors for our Outside of Ordinary experiences that are currently operating safely. The greater Champaign County area is a destination because of our Midwest Hospitality, so now is the time to support those individuals who live and work here in our hotels, restaurants, shops, parks, museums, and more. 

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