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1930's Ag Museum
This privately owned museum houses forty-two John Deere farm implements manufactured in the late 1920's through 1940. Showcased is a 1936 Model B John Deere Tractor, fully restored. The Ag Museum also features an antique horse equipment collection and period farm house furnishings, as well as equipment and hand tools found on a 1930's farmstead. All free of charge, open by appointment, located on the northern edge of Quincy.
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!
This 7,000 lb, 15 ft, 8-sided section of a communnications tower that supported a television broadcasting antenna and a 5lb, 1 ft piece of the antenna were located on World Trade Center Tower One when it was attacked on September 11, 2001. The antenna was designed and manufactured by Harris Corporation at its Quincy plant.
Abe Lincoln's Talking House Driving Tour
Tune your vehicle's radio to 1650 AM or 1620 AM and listen to the history behind 14 homes in Pittsfield that have a connection to Abe Lincoln. Front yard signs also explain each home's historical significance.
We are locally owned since 1985. We pride ourselves in having a quiet setting, clean comfortable rooms at reasonable rates. We are minutes away from, restaurants, shopping, Quincy University, and Interstate I-72. We also provide affordable fax and copy service.
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.
Arabian Woods Horse Farm
Showcasing Arabians, and colorful half-Arabians, the farm is a friendly site dedicated to well-rounded horsemanship for all ages. Tours and tutorial camps available by appointment.
Bar & nightclub covers 3 floors and features DJs, live bands, dance floor, and comedy night. Located on the Mississippi riverfront.
Bailey's Coffee & Fudge
At Bailey's we offer more than just coffee and treats, because we are more than your typical coffee shop. Our family-owned business means we do more than pour your coffee - we treat you like one of us. So, come on in and stay a while. Connect on our free WiFi or kick back and relax with friends.
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.
Bert's Westside Flat
Located in a scenic rural setting, these accomodations in Pittsfield, are the perfects starting point to explore Western Illinois.
Bittersweet Confections is a chocolate truffle company that also supplies upscale catering to the Quincy, Illinois region. Chef Michael Mitchell got the idea for his chocolates when a cigar and a bar of chocolate shared the same space in a sock drawer. Strangely, the half smoked cigar infused the chocolate with its aroma and gave it an amazing flavor. Michael had made his truffles for various restaurants and employers before deciding to create his own line of confections. His desire for comfort foods comes in contact with his love for the culinary arts. The chef claims to be a hardworking family man first and foremost, but makes time from the daily grind to experiment with new flavors and infusions for his line of “less talk, more action” chocolate truffles.
Blues in the District
Regional and local bands provide free outdoor performances in Quincy's historic Washington Park. A downtown treat for summer nights, fun for all ages. Bring your lawnchair and refreshments, or purchase food on site. Free admission. Held the 2nd and 4th Friday evenings from June-August from 5:30-9:30pm. Concert dates include; June 10, 24, July 8, 22, August 12, 26
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.
Butler Farms Outdoor Adventures
Butler Farms Outdoor Adventures is located just outside the town of Pittsfield in Pike County. Lodging is always included with your hunt and open all year long for weddings, reunions and Church activities!
A great place in the downtown historic distric to enjoy a nice glass of wine or your favorite cocktail.
Cherry's Guest House
Cherry's Guest House offers quiet and quaint accommodations, as a locally owned Bed & Breakfast with a small town charm, located in Pittsfield, in Western Illinois.
A wonderful location for an overnight or weekend stay. Well-suited for retreats, small weddings, bridal and baby showers, or family reunions. Hunters welcome. Also a wonderful place for families home for the holidays. Rates include use of entire home.
The Coach House has been a Quincy, Illinois landmark at 24th & Broadway for over 44 years. Throughout those years, many changes have been made but what remains the same is hot, fresh, home-made entrees created the way Grandma would fix them. They are proud to be one of the only restaurants in town to serve breakfast all day everyday - and always prepared with only the freshest ingredients. They grind their own hamburger and hand cut each steak to ensure quality. Their salad bar has been expanded to offer more options to the health conscious, and includes hot pasta and soups. When you visit the Coach House, you will be greeted with a smile and we hope you'll leave as friends. They invite you to experience the Coach House - a great place for families and friends at prices you can afford.
Country Fixins Primitive Craft & Antique Mall is located in the heart of the deer capital of the US, as the county hosts thousands of enthusiasts year round. Over 40 dealers included, offering a wide variety of vintage, home decor, jewelry, and one-of-a-kind specialty foods for sale.
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Richard Eells House
The oldest standing two-story brick house in Quincy, Dr. Eells home was a station on the Underground Railroad in the 1840's. Quincy was the first stop for fugitives this side of the Mississippi from the slave state of Missouri. Dr. Eells is credited with helping several hundred slaves make their way North to freedom.