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Experience an old time mercantile with shelves brimming with Swedish gourment foods, confections and souvenirs.
Enjoy watching the potter in an open air studio creating artwork on the potter's wheel. The center also features rug, broom, weaving and spinning artisans.
Four historically significant buildings are owned by the State of Illinois and are maintained as part of the Bishop Hill State Historic Site. These architectural treasures are the two-story Colony Church (1850), the three-story Colony Hotel (1852-ca. 1860), the Boys Dormitory (ca. 1850), and the Colony Barn (mid-1850s) that has been relocated behind the Hotel. In addition, the central village park contains a reconstructed gazebo and war monuments. On the south edge of the village, stands a new brick Museum to house a comprehensive collection of paintings by colonist and self-taught artist, Olof Krans (1838-1916). Hours and days of operation change with the season. Please call to confirm your visit.
The drive will be worth it when you visit with the engaging sales associates, view their vast name brand apparel and shoes, and hear the “locals” story. They also personalize sports clothing upon request. It’s all about the sports lore and offerings.
Visit this small, unique little shopping district located near the campus of Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. This two-block district offers wonderful little antique shops, a quaint coffee shop, wine shop, pub, and several locally-owned restaurants. Check out some of these small businesses for great treasures and wonderful finds. Vintage Rose - antiques, estate jewelery, costume jewelry Fred & Ethels - vintage and retro antiques, clothing, and collectibles Jackson's Antiques - collectibles and seasonal holiday gifts and decorations Estate of Grace - gifts, antiques, and collectibles Gendler's Wine Cellar - National and International wines Cool Beanz Coffee Shop - coffee, tea, lunch, dinner and music on weekends. You will also find a collectible comic book store, more antiques, and quaint neighborhood-style pubs.
DeBrock Galleria offers an exceptional collection of fine arts and vintage treasures. Located at the northern entry to Geneseo’s historic downtown, the darling 1890 Victorian home showcases 50 regional artists’ creations in pottery, glass, jewelry, paintings, textiles, photography and more. Unique works of antique tin ceilings complement incredible works in oil. Masterful quilts neighbor beautiful tie-dye and handmade scarves; guitars are fashioned from one-of-a-kind cigar boxes. Spring will bring a fanciful garden of outdoor Yard Art! Private showings are available by appointment. For daily posts of new additions to the gallery, visit our Facebook page.
A quaint boutique offering unique, high-quality home decor and latest trends offering inspiration for your decorating needs. Select from a variety of jewelry, scarves and floral arrangements both fresh and dried. A visit that offers a lot of things to sparkle and delight you.
This district is the arts and entertainment destination of the Quad Cities. Located on the Mississippi River, the district ia a revitalized and vibrant area. You'll find art galleries, restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, casino, shops and a hotel.
View beautiful works of art from local and regional artists. Choose from watercolor and oil paintings, metal artwork and stained-glass.
Start your exploration with a visit to Good’s Furniture. America’s Furniture Showplace is one of the oldest and largest family-owned furniture stores in the Midwest and is the centerpiece of Kewanee’s downtown. The 250,000 square-foot showroom spans two city blocks and encompasses twelve restored buildings that feature over fifty furniture brands. It’s a complete shopping experience: visit Good’s Market Square Gift Emporium with unique gifts including upscale clothing and accessories, fine luggage, gourmet food and wine, and much more! Grab a bite to eat at the Wine Cellar Restaurant on Good’s lower level. For an afternoon pick-me-up, stop by the Coffee & Wine Bar. A skywalk, glass elevators, and a Koi Pond add to the ambience. Visit for the day and pamper yourself with an overnight stay at the in-store European Bed & Breakfast.
Hantverk Galleri celebrates handmade every day! Colorful porcelain, wedding cake stands, custom pottery, artisan chocolate from the Bishop Hill Chocolate Company and workshops to discover your inner artist. Open year round.
There are many eclectic country treasures featuring dinnerware, table linens, purses and home decor specialty items. Along with the gift barn visit the Christmas Shoppe filled with trimmings for the Holiday season.
A delightful shopping experience awaits you! Choose from home decor – home scents – crystal – gourmet foods and coffee- jewelry and much more. Heartfelt also offers custom floral creation, framing and gift baskets.
Kick-off the holidays and visit Geneseo to start your Christmas shopping season, with extended hours by local shop owners. Candlelight shopping downtown Geneseo will light your holiday spirit.
Enjoy a variety of gift shops, restaurants, antique stores and hotels throughout this corridor of downtown Moline and situated around one of Illinois's most visited attractions, the John Deere Pavilion.
Lavender Crest Winery opened its doors for the first time in November of 2004, introducing customers to an opportunity for a unique way to taste wine that is produced in the Midwest. Lavender Crest Winery features a wine tasting room, gift shop, an espresso bar that serves lunch, entertainment, tours and more.
Heralded as one of the largest arts and crafts fairs in the Midwest, the MIP Arts & Crafts Fair features over 200 vendors - both indoors and outdoors in Milan, Illinois just a few minutes from Rock Island and Moline in the Quad Cities. You are sure to find a treasure to take home with you!
The Outsider Gallery is filled with whimsical, elegant, and functional items from regional artisans Steve and Marsha Carleson. Marsha makes handmade paper, 3-dimensional paper pieces, bowls, vases, bottle cap tables and other objects of whimsy. Steve makes glass ornaments, beads, and fused glass pieces with the occasional traditional Swedish tina boxes combined into the mixture.
Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau's Visitor Center in Moline will provide you with all the information your need on things to see and do in the Quad Cities. Our Visitor Center offers a gift shop filled with souvenirs, local products and even t-shirts dyed in the mud of the mighty Mississippi River. Our trained visitor counselors are on hand to answer your questions and direct you to the many exciting adventures you will find in the Quad Cities. We also provide bike rentals so you can go out and explore the beautiful riverfront trails.
Rock Island's Quad City Botanical Center houses exotic tropical flowers, a 14-foot waterfall and reflecting pools with koi. Seasonal attractions include a butterfly garden and the Garden Train Railway exhibit. The Botanical Center also regularly hosts art exhibitions and special events for families.
If motorcycles are your thing, check out Reiman’s Harley Davidson. Roger Reiman, the original proprietor, is a 1998 inductee into the American Motorcycle Association’s Hall of Fame and a three-time winner of the Daytona 200. A top competitor in the AMA’s Grand National Circuit during the 1960s, Reiman cut back on his racing schedule to manage the family Harley Davidson dealership in Kewanee during the 1970s. It was during this time that he became famous as motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel’s head mechanic. Since Reiman’s death in a racing accident in 1997, the Packee family has owned and operated the dealership. One of the top Harley Davidson dealerships in the Midwest, Reiman’s can meet every motorcycle enthusiast’s needs and desires. Stop by and visit the Racing Museum and check out the history of Roger Reiman and Evel Knievel. Axle will be there to greet you!
Seminary Street is one of the Midwest's success stories in downtown restoration and revitalization, featuring historic Galesburg buildings that now thrive as restaurants and specialty shops.
Stop in …enjoy whimsical paper mache sculptures and hand colored prints by David Smith; resident artist and art teacher. Explore our ever-growing selection of diverse artwork by innovative Midwest artists. We offer art classes for children, adults, and private groups. We are also available for social gatherings, meetings, and birthday parties. Our goal is to be a gathering place for the community and visitors, so that visual arts might enrich everyone’s life.