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Mill Creek Farms
Mill Creek Farms' season begins in mid-April with asparagus, mid-May though June for strawberries, early July through August for sweet corn, tomatoes, and green beans, and October for pumpkins. Pumpkin picking, a corn maze and hay rides are offered weekends in October. Support local farming and fun with family or friends!
Experience the Mississippi River from a new and unique perspective! These 2- hour tours include basic instruction in how to properly pilot a kayak and guided tour of the Quincy Bay and river area. The guided tour includes all necessary equipment as well as instruction and tour, both given by a certified instructor and Mississippi River enthusiast. Open June through September. Self-guided tours/kayak rentals are also available. Reservations required. Call the Quincy Area Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information or reservations! 217-214-3700.
Villa Kathrine is a unique example of Mediterranean architecture in the Midwest. Located on the bluffs of the Mississippi, Villa Kathrine houses Quincy's tourist information center.
Scotties Fun Spot
Quincy's newest indoor attraction, offering Laser tag, Spin Zone Bumper Cars, Ball-O-City, Mini-Lane Bowling, and large game arcade along with indoor skating arena and Winners Grill Restaurant. Open daily from 10 am-9pm and Sundays at 11 am. Fri/Sat open until 11 pm.
Wagon Hound Ranch
For a quiet country getaway, visit the Wagon Hound Ranch, built in 2001. Enjoy fishing, hiking, and hunting on this 200-acre farm. Hot tub, handicap accessible, no drinking, smoking or pets allowed.
Governor John Wood Mansion
The Governor John Wood Mansion is the restored home of Quincy's founder and 12th governor of Illinois. This building is the first example of historic preservation in the state of Illinois.
The Golden Windmill was built in 1872, and is the only smock mill that still has its original stones and gears in place. Today it is home to the Windmill Museum and gift shop.
Avenue of Lights
Avenue of Lights is a two-mile holiday display of animated lights at Moorman/Wavering Park in Quincy. It runs from Thanksgiving until New Years, nightly from 6-9:30pm. A staple attraction of Quincy during the holiday season.
SITES include Electric/Water/Sewer, Campfires, Playground, Lighted Camping Area, Level Parking, Primitive Sites, Hiking Trails, Boat Ramp ( Bob Bangert Park) MODERN LODGE includes Free Hot Showers w/Private Dressing Room, Clean Rest Rooms, Washers and Dryers Available, Ironing Facilities, Bulletin Board, Church Directory, Swimming Pool, Tour Information, Open Year Around, Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates The Mississippi River and the many lakes and streams surrounding Quincy provide excellent fishing and deer, duck, goose and wild turkey hunting. There is ample opportunity to enjoy water sports of nearly every variety. Boat launching ramps are accessible across from Driftwood Campgrounds.
Lake Hill Winery
Lake Hill Winery was built, not only to be a winery, but to be a gathering place and have the ability to hold a wide variety of functions. Besides the wine production, there is a tasting room bar, a small gift shop, and two banquet rooms. The first is the barrel room, which holds 100 people. This room is typically booked for smaller events such as reunions, rehearsal dinners, showers, company parties, birthday parties, etc. The other banquet room is the main hall. With two levels, capacity for over 400 people, a 160" TV/projector, and two bars, this room is capable of accommodating almost any event.
Spirit Knob Winery
Nestled on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, this winery/vineyard offers complimentary wine tastings and tours by appointment.
Quincy's shopping mall has 601 stores, apparel, electronics, music/entertainment, sporting goods, jewelry, and much more.
Eagles Nest Hotel
Conveniently located across from the Oakely Lindsay Civic Center in downtown Quincy. Formerly an America's Best Value Hotel, the Eagles Nest hotel offers affordable accomodations, free breakfast, within walking distance to the downtown and visitor center.
Granite Bank Gallery
The Granite Bank Gallery was named for the pink Missouri granite used for the building's façade and for its long-reaching roots in Quincy's history. The historic structure invites you through the lobby of an historic bank and into a beautiful example of architectural renewal in Quincy's central business district.
Ursa Creek Lodge
Featured on HGTV and PBS Illinois Stories, this home origionally served as a railroad bridge in 1919. Opening in the spring of 2010 as a guest lodge, the home sleeps 6-8 people comfortably, complete with spectacular scenery and situated over water. The lodge is also available for meetings for 20-30 people. Relax in front of the hand crafted fireplace or sit outside on one of the balcony's in a serene location in Ursa, just 15 minutes from Quincy, IL.
WGEM Home & Living Show
The area's largest show dedicated to the newest in home and living products at the Oakley Lindsay Center in Quincy.
Housed in a historic 1890s home, this museum covers everything from the history of the Mississippi River to dinosaurs, Native Americans and NASA.
Ancient Stone Inspirations/ Mac's Home Brew
Jewelry, books, gifts and home brew retail supply store for beer and wine making. Located in the Historic Quincy Business District. Hours are Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm.
The Village Vineyard & Winery
The Village Vineyard & Winery has a large tasting room where guests can sample 16 wine varieties, as well as a patio facing three acres of vineyard. All wine is made, bottled and sold at the vineyard.
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Country Pastimes offers a wide range of gifts for all ages. Whether you're searching for the perfect birthday surprise or a memorable wedding gift. A vast array of choices can be found with seasonal merchandise and new products daily make Country Pastimes a unique destination for all.
Dollhouses Then & Now
Museum that houses over 70 vintage furnished doll houses from the 1920’s- to current. The architectural designs and fashions depict and present the evolution of homes and furnishings from then to now. The Then and Now gift shop is complete with collectable doll house furnishings for sale. Children enjoy playing the scavenger hunt and viewing the 1949 “Disney House” and the 1924 Tootsie Toy house furnished with Tootsie toy pieces. Located inside Taylor’s Furniture Store, along the square in Quincy’s downtown business district.
Open since 1976, Irene’s features dancing to live DJs, drag shows and live entertainment.
Ursa Retreat House
Located on 7 acres of rolling woodlands, just north of Quincy, IL. This rustic sanctuary is perfect for groups who want to get away. The lodge has a wrap around porch and outdoor pool. Also on the grounds are two bunk houses for retreats, basketball court and 1-acre pond with paddleboats.
Dr. Richard Eells House
The Dr. Richard Eells House was a stopping point on the Underground Railroad in the 1840s, and is the oldest standing two-story brick home in Quincy.
The Carthage Jail was the site of the martyrdom of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum on June 27, 1844. Joseph and Hyrum with two companions were imprisoned here. A mob broke into the jail and killed them and injured severly one of their companions. Today the restored jail and visitors center and memorial gardens are open to visitors daily.
East End Historic District
The East End Historic District is distinquished by its grand collection of homes of every period and style since 1850. Most have been painstakingly restored with lawns of beautiful planted sugar maples, tulip trees, flowering dogwood and redbud trees. Enjoy Quincy's several historic districts through the Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau's Self Guided Driving Tour, available online at www.seequincy.com.
Crooked Creek Gallery
Crooked Creek Gallery is located in the old Sheriff's home and jail built in 1865. The past Home of cattle rustlers and horse thieves now houses fine art, jewelry, paintings and photography. Jail tours are also available.
The Jesus Tree
The life-size image of Jesus Christ holding a lamb in his arms has brought visitors from all over the world to see this birch tree.
Vintage, antique, primitive and new furniture, home decor, jewelry and glassware. Located on the South side of the Carthage Square.
John Wood Mansion, Log Cabin & Parsonage
The John Wood Mansion is the restored home of Quincy's founder and the 12th governor of Illinois. The 1835 Pioneer Log Cabin is preserved authentically, and the Parsonage displays items depicting the history of Adams County.
River Skate along the Quincy Riverfront offers ice skating on a 2,500 ft rink of synthetic ice called Super-Glide. Featuring a warming hut and light concessions. Open from early November to mid February, with hours from 4-9pm Wednesday through Friday and from noon to 9pm Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $3 for children under 12 years of age, and $5 for adults, which includes ice-skate rental and rink admission.
Kibbe Hancock Heritage Museum
The majority of this large collection of historic artifacts were donated by Dr. Alice Kibbe. The collection now includes Civil War and Indian artifacts, fashion items dating from 1840 to 1920, fossils, rocks, geodes, and other historic artifacts from around Hancock County. Recently acquired was the entire collection of the Illinois Funeral Customs Museum; part of which is on exhibit.
Siloam Springs State Park
Enjoy hiking, camping, and canoeing at Siloam Springs State Park in Western Illinois.
Private Home Tours of Quincy
Groups of 20 or more can now enjoy "Private Home Tours" of some of Quincy's finest mansions. Contact the Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau to arrange a private tour at 217-214-3700 or 1-800-978-4748. Over 20 homeowners are participating in this unique venue that allows group tours inside magnificent homes and gardens throughout Quincy.
Step back in history as you tour one of Illinois' most beautiful and unique show barns, the 1912 Show Barn, or visit the artistic home studio of commercial artist Shelly Rasche. Take a pottery class, kick up your heels at a genuine barn dance, or take in a breathtaking prairie sunset.
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Weinberg-King State Park
William Creek meanders through this park, providing habitat for an abundance of wildlife. Set in 770 acres of rolling terrain and steep hillsides, Weinberg-King is popular in winter for its cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Ocean Farm is working to make a harmonious place where nature and agriculture complement each other. A contour strip rotation uses corn, soybeans, oats, alfalfa, and buckwheat. 56 acres are used in the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program.
Kibbe Hancock Museum
The majority of this large collection of historic artifacts was donated by Dr. Alice Kibbe. The collection now includes Civil War and Indian artifacts, fashion items dating from 1840 to 1920, fossils, rocks, and geodes, and other historic artifacts from around Hancock County.
A Quincy tradition for visitors and natives alike. Famous loose meat sandwiches. The first Maid Rite restaurant was started in Quincy.
Cooper Adams House Bed & Breakfast
In Quincy's historic district, the Cooper Adams House is an impressive brick home with many elegant features of a Queen Anne. The large entry has a stately staircase with unusual turned balusters, cannonball newel caps and profiled closed string sides. Two brilliant stained glass windows light the path to an intimate experience. The front parlor fireplace has a butternut mantel accentuated by the owners' collectibles. You will find beautiful butternut wood molding and doors throughout this gracious, 19th century home.
Quincy Community Theatre
This state-of-the-art community theatre far outshines and outperforms many professional theatres. The Quincy Community Theatre's first production was in 1929. The theatre seats 498 people and is complete with a thrust stage and full orchestra pit. Six different performances a year attract sell-out crowds.
Lewis Seed Company
The Lewis Seed Company presents seed processing and sales operations during group tours.
River Park Getaway
A genuine getaway. Perfect river view, charming interior, queen bed & hide a bed couch, sundeck.
World Aero Space Museum
The World Aero Space Museum displays aircraft from the Cold War era, and is the only museum in the world preserving these types of aircraft in one location. Most of the aircraft displayed are in working, flying condition.
Bar & nightclub covers 3 floors and features DJs, live bands, dance floor, and comedy night. Located on the Mississippi riverfront.
Quincy Steamboat Co.
Cookware, specialty foods, and cooking classes.
Washington Park is the city's original central square laid out by Quincy's founder, John Wood, in 1825. The square was formerly called John's Square, named in honor of President John Quincy Adams. In 1858, Washington Park was the site of the sixth Lincoln-Douglas debate. Laredo Taft's sculpture now marks the setting of the debate site. Today, a farmer's market is held in the park every Tuesday and Saturday mornings from May to October.
The Flower Shop- Java House
The Flower Shop- Java House is located on the North side of the historic Carthage Square. The Flower Shop carries a full array of flowers and gifts for any occasion. The Java House offers coffee, lattes, teas and smoothies in a homey relaxed atmosphere.
Stoney Creek Inn
With its rustic décor and enjoyable Northwoods wilderness themed suites, our 72-room Inn will have you feeling like a 19th century settler, but with all the amenities the 21stcentury has to offer. Located in the heart of the tri-state region of Illinois, Iowa and Missouri, Quincy is ideal for social reunions and business gatherings, with meeting rooms large enough to meet most every need. While you're not relaxing in our warm and cozy surroundings, step out into Quincy, and discover the city's picturesque architecture, thriving industry and lively community events.
Plymouth Rock Roost
Friendly B & B with antiques throughout.
A tavern/pub that is a Quincy favorite. Great food and fantastic salad bar.
Quincy's finest dining along the riverbanks of the Mississippi River. The Pier extends and is elevated out over the river and offers an excellent view while enjoying a great meal.
Quincy Bikes is a community bike loan program that allows individuals to obtain a bicycle for personal or recreational use. The bikes are available for a $10 refundable deposit and are available from 6 checkout locations in Quincy.
A fun place to eat and drink, near the Quincy University campus. A Quincy favorite, open for dinner only. Unique recipes compliment a casual sports bar atmosphere. Check out our website.
Enjoy Sprout's Inn's casual atmosphere. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with daily specials.
City Center Hotel
Recently Remodeled! The hotel is located in the downtown area of Quincy and is 8 kilometres from the Amtrak Train Station. The Mark Twain Boyhood Home, Mark Twain Casino and many others are in vicinity from this hotel. The156 air-conditioned guest rooms at the Holiday Inn offers the finest amenities and assures you complete luxury and comfort. This hotel also provides services and facilities for disabled travellers. The Franco's restaurant at the Holiday Inn offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual setting. Also available here is the Atrium Bar, which is an ideal place to enjoy a fine drink and spend your evenings. Ideal for business meetings or social events, the Holiday Inn Hotel offers a meeting room that can accommodate groups of up to 300 people. A workout at the gymnasium or a bracing dip at the swimming pool can be a retreat to your body.
The Patio - Quincy
Enjoy one of Quincy's premier restaurants, known for its thick pork chop's. Located just a block from the Civic Center & downtown hotels.
Old Town Antiques
Old Town Antiques specializes in late 18th and early 19th century furniture, paintings, Oriental carpets, as well as brass and copper, china, folk art, clocks, glassware, Sterling and coin silver.
This Marriott hotel is conveniently located near Quincy University, John Wood Community College, ADM, Harris, Blessing Hospital, Niemann Foods, and Quincy Medical Group. The Mississippi River, John Wood Mansion and the Villa Katherine are a short drive from this Quincy hotel. Whether in Quincy for business or leisure, let the Fairfield Inn be your home away from home.
The Hotel Elkton
This hotel is located in the Historic Downtown Quincy Business District. If you're not looking for brand new, and want to experience a hotel of 50-80 years ago, give this one a try. This hotel is right above a favorite local restaurant, "The Patio," and is also a block away from Washington Park, the location of one of the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates.
Country Inn & Suites
Hotel in Quincy, IL Offers Comfort and Convenience With its charming décor and comfortable amenities, the Country Inn and Suites hotel provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere sure to please business and leisure travelers alike. Our hotel meets all your needs with a concierge floor, banquet center, high-speed Internet access and complimentary breakfast. When searching for hotels in Quincy, IL look no further than the Country Inn and Suites Quincy hotel.
Fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Steaks, seafood, salads, sandwiches, great wine and beer selection.
This Microtel Inn and Suites is the Highest Quality Hotel in Quincy. The Property is near Quincy University and Villa Katherine Right on the Mighty Mississippi River in the Historic District. The Microtel Inn & Suites Riverview has a boutique hotel flare and appeal through its rich cappuccino color scheme and retro, contemporary decor throughout its rooms and halls.
Authentic Italian cuisine at affordable prices. Located downtown near the riverfront and a block away from Washington Square. Great food in a nice atmosphere.
Everything & The Kitchen Sink
Everything & the Kitchen Sink is an antique mall and a resale shop. They offer new collectibles and antique furniture pieces. The inventory changes daily: books/jewelry/glassware/tools/pports & political memorabilia
Sullivan's Antiques & More
Antiques, collectibles, and wonderful vintage home decor, homemade crafts galore. With over 14,000 square feet and more than 50 vendors you'll be sure to find just what you're looking for. Whether you're a Nascar collector, antique enthusiast or furnishing your home in vintage decor.
Bel Aire Motel
Conveniently located 1/4 mile from the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. All rooms are ground level, with weekly and monthly rates available. Free HBO.
Town and Country Inn and Suites
93 room hotel with a wide variety of rooms and suites. Rooms with microwaves and refrigerators are available. All rooms have coffee makers. Complimentary expanded continental breakfast Hi Speed Internet 300 room banquet hall – two smaller meeting rooms – full service catering available Indoor Pool Exercise Room Lounge with limited hours Whirlpool suites Two room suites Adjoining rooms
The Park Bench
Located in Quincy's historic downtown across from Washington Park. The Park Bench offers breakfast and lunch and a very creative gift shop.
Quincy Inn & Suites
The Quincy Inn & Suites is located in the heart of the Mississippi Valley just 40 miles from the Historic Nauvoo Settlement. Located in the heart of Quincy.
The Victorian Inn
This Victorian-style house was built in the early 1900s. It has the original woodwork, spacious rooms, two fireplaces and an open staircase. Guests can eat breakfast in the dining room or on the patio.
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Quincy Art Center
The Quincy Art Center, a museum of the visual arts, is located on the grounds of the Lorenzo Bull Mansion, now the Women's City Club.
Westview Golf Course
Enjoy 9 or 18 holes at Quincy's public golf course. Westview Golf Course is managed by the Quincy Park District and offers a pro shop, restaurant and affordable golf on a beautifully maintained course on the south end of town. Home of the Pepsi Little People's Golf Tournament each year.
Quincy Comfort Inn
The Comfort Inn is conveniently located off Interstate 172, between historic Nauvoo and Hannibal, Mark Twain's hometown.
Holiday Inn - Quincy
Conveniently located two miles from downtown Quincy, IL, this brand new Holiday Inn Hotel Quincy is just minutes from the area's finest attractions and businesses. We offer a business center and a conference center with 4,500 sq. ft. of space, as well as free, high-speed Internet access to meet your business needs. Our Quincy, IL hotel offers you convenience and comfort with deluxe amenities. Our restaurant, Tony's Too, offers an excellent menu and kids eat for free. You can enjoy our well-equipped fitness center and the heated, indoor pool and whirlpool year-round. Check out our great Quincy hotel's deals for your next stay.
Preserving Agriculture History Museum
The museum includes the agricultural machinery that you would find on a typical 80-120 acre farm in the Midwest. It also includes many of the items that would be found in a 1930s farmhouse.
The area's biggest selection of import and domestic beers and ales including our own brews. Banquet facility - catering - wedding receptions.
Downtown Quincy restaurant featuring locally grown produce. Open for breakfast and lunch.
Wispering Oaks Campground
Enjoy camping close to Nauvoo & Quincy. Swimming & fishing at an affordable price.
Everything homemade daily including breads, pies, specials, cajun steaks and special omelettes.
The Country Star
This furnished 2-bedroom farm house provides the luxuries of the quiet life, just outside of Nauvoo, IL. Enjoy over 100 acres, pond, walking trails, and even a barn for your horses.
Prairie Winds Motel
The Prairie Winds Motel is conveniently located 1 mile west of Carthage, IL on US 136. Clean, comfortable, and affordable, the Prairie Winds Motel has free high speed internet, truck parking and weekly rates available.
Fitz Randolph House Inn
This brick Italianate style home was built by Dr. James (Fitz) Randolph in 1873. Dr. Randolph was a medical doctor and then entered the mercantile business. He was a state legislator and on the board of Trustees of Carthage College. Unfortunately he died shortly after the home was completed and his wife was forced to take in washing and rent rooms in order to retain ownership of her home. The second owner, Mary Alice Curts-Black purchased the home in 1894 and did an extensive renovation including adding the porches. Ernest Coeur was the third owner (1943) followed by his son, Dr. James Coeur (1973) who did additional updates. Karol and Steve Carr purchased the home in 2007 and established Fitz Randolph House Inn as a Bed and Breakfast in 2008 after major renovations. The home now features 5 guest suites in addition to the two parlors, dining room, reception room and owners' suite.
Bergman Farm Supply
Bergman Farm Supply store in Carthage specializing in cattle holding and handling equipment, small seeds, livestock supplies, boots and more.
The Wright Place
The Wright Place offers home cooked meals, banquet facilities for up to 130 guests, breakfast served all day along with fresh pies daily. BBQ Ribs and fresh cut ribeye steaks on Fridays.
Whether you stop by after work to join in on the banter around the "u" shaped bar or come for breakfast, lunch or dinner you are sure to enjoy your time at the Double Deuce located in Carthage. Serving home cooked meals daily with affordable prices and a wide variety of menu options to please any appetite.
The historic Wood Inn has been in operation under the same name since 1891. Now the main attraction besides the great food is the famous "wood chips." They are also known for great burgers, tenderloins and steaks. Located just off the NW corner of the square in Carthage.
Adjacent to Oakley-Lindsay Convention Center and near South End Industrial Complex businesses. Visit downtown shops and dining, plus historic districts within walking distance of the Hampton Inn. Complimentary breakfast, fitness center, indoor pool and wireless high speed internet.
Budget Host Inn
The Budget Host Inn conveniently located in downtown Quincy overlooking the Mississippi River. Also offering extended stays and within walking distance to downtown shopping and dining and is one block from the Oakley Lindsay Civic Center. Serving a hot breakfast daily with affordable rates and a large outdoor pool.
Constructed with the Mississippi as inspiration, elements of the river are seen throughout this state-of-the-art facility. Kids love the rock climbing wall and super slide in the continual 86 degree aquatic center. The kinetic Game Room with laptop bar is constantly supervised and free to the public. There's even a cafe open for breakfast and lunch. Cool off in the new outdoor Splash Pad! Affordable day passes available.
Great food. Relaxed atmosphere. Attentive service. A casual dining spot in mid-town Quincy, Illinois where you’ll enjoy new American cuisine with international influences such as French and Mediterranean. Our Executive Chef, Kelley Basinger, has realized her dream of opening her own restaurant! She combines her Le Cordon Bleu training, experience, and creative flair to present a sensational menu for lunch and dinner. We’re a perfect spot for a business lunch or a romantic dinner for two. We offer a full bar, uniquely flavored homemade syrups for refreshing non-alcoholic drinks and wonderful wines. Our menu changes seasonally to take advantage of fresh ingredients. Download it to see what we’re cooking up now! You’re gonna love 2thirty4!
The Potted Fern
They are a gift shop that specializes in gifts, home decor, gift baskets & special coffees. Stop in to browse the latest in home furnishings and gifts or just kick back and relax with a cup of coffee.
One Restaurant and Bar
A fusion restaurant created for a common ground for all to eat at and enjoy fun company. the best dishes from different countries and areas combined into "ONE." Now serving Thai, American, Tapas, Lickin's Smoked BBQ and additional Worldly foods from various Culinary Traditions.
State Street Bar & Grill
State Street Bar & Grill has something that is sure to satisfy any taste. They are open 7 days a week and offering up all of your favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Whether you are looking for a classic cheeseburger, a giant tenderloin or the best Philly steak sandwich in town, State Street is the place to be. They are a family owned establishment and we are happy to be a place where families can get together for a great meal and great memories. And for the late night crowd, State Street offers the best karaoke show in town every Friday and Saturday night at 9:30pm!
The BoodaLu Steakhouse / Muddy Dog Bar is located in Quincy, IL a few hundred feet from the Mississippi River in a beautiful, old, restored building. Our staff is dedicated to consistently providing great service, delicious food, and superb beverages all within a warm and inviting place with a view of the Mississippi River. We want our guests to have a satisfying dining experience every time they visit. Our menu is “classic steakhouse” and features great steaks, chops, seafood and salads. We serve only aged, certified Angus beef, which includes prime rib eye and KC strip steaks. We buy the best we can and cook it the way you like. We have an extensive wine list and offer classic cocktails like a Rob Roy or a Harvey Wallbanger but we can make nearly any libation you want.
Riverfront Dining and a menu with something for everyone. 37 Big Screen Televisions showing all of the big games. 48 Draught Beer Handles and a huge selection of Bottled Beer. Quincy Riverfront, with outdoor seating and views of the Mississippi River.