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Wabash Valley Wine Trail
The Wabash Valley Wine Trail is made up of five wineries located in the southeastern part of the state. Visitors to this area can enjoy the scenic Wabash River Valley, historic towns, and quaint bed and breakfasts.
Kickapoo Creek Winery
A full-service winery with a tasting room and gift shop. We invite you to walk the grounds and visit the vineyard. Located just minutes from I-74 at the Kickapoo-Edwards exit.
Dorney's Pumpkin Patch
Find pumpkins, gourds, ornamental corn, squash, hayrides, hay mazes, a beanbag toss, corn maze, gold mine, choo-choo train and many other family attractions.
Embarras River Canoeing
Spend the day canoeing and fishing on the Embarras River.
Brubeck Theatre at Wabash Valley College
The Brubeck Theatre at Wabash Valley College in Mt. Carmel features many locally produced plays and musicals, as well as traveling professional performers.
Lasata is a family owned winery and vineyard located in southeastern Illinois. We are in the scenic & fertile Wabash Valley and produce a wide variety of wine with an emphasis on using our own grapes as well as locally grown fruits. At Lasata you will find a peaceful outdoor setting to enjoy our handcrafted wines. Our gift shop will have just the right gift for the wine lover in your life! Check out our website or like us on Facebook to see our First Friday Night "Wine” Down schedule for this year!
Albion Bowling Center
The Albion Bowling center features automatic scoring and league as well as open bowling throughout the week.
The winery harmonizes with nature to cultivate premium wine grapes. Walk through the oak forests, picnic in the vineyards or wade in the creek and stop in at the tasting room. The vineyard features fruit and grape wines from 20 varieties of grapes as well as raspberries, blackberries and gooseberries.
W.H. Sommer Park
Use-by-reservation facility: 1850's pioneer homestead living history site, teams course programs, special events, picnic shelter rentals including fishing, canoeing, hayrides, and hiking trails.
Black Jewel Popcorn
Stop by and sample black kernels of corn that pop to the whitest popcorn you've ever seen. Tours are available.
Casey's Carry-Out Pizza
Variety of pizza available and other lunch items.
Borowiak's IGA Deli / Bakery
Hot dinner and lunch entrees available.
Albion Public Library
Established in 1819, the oldest public library in Illinois houses many original books brought here by English settlers.
Knapp - Mart
Variety of hot entrees and snacks.
Dimaggio's Pizza - Albion
Variety of pizza choices and other menu items.
Authentic Chinese food to eat in or take out. Full menu. See buffet specials. No MSG.
Lincoln Trail Memorial
This memorial commemorates the crossing of the Lincoln Family from Indiana to Illinois in early March of 1830.
Variety of sandwiches and other entrees, daily specials.
Red Hills State Park
Located on Rt. 50 between Lawrenceville and Olney, this State Park features fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, horse trails and camping in a semi-secluded setting. This 950-acre site offers wooded hills, picturesque meadows, nature areas and an abundance of wildlife.
Fry's Country Gifts
Located east of Lawrenceville on Old Rt. 50, Fry's features Moses Williard lighting, made to order florals, McCalls Candles, and much more.
The Treasure Chest in Albion
A general line of antiques.
Beall Woods State Park
Listed in the United States Register of Natural Landmarks as the "Forest of the Wabash," this state park supports 64 species of trees within its 635 acres. Several miles of scenic nature trails start at the new Visitor Center.
The Albion Treasure Chest
The selection of antiques include bedroom suites, collectible glass, tools, coins and much more.
Moravian Church & Cemetery
The only Moravian church in the state was built by German settlers in Southern Illinois.