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Pioneer Gothic Church
Built in 1857, this church is a fine example of Carpenter Gothic Architecture. Pointed arched windows and doors as well as board and batten frame construction characterize this style. King Edward VII worshipped at the church in 1860, while on a hunting expedition in the area. The church was named as one of the “150 Architectural Treasures” in the State of Illinois by the Association of Illinois Architects in 2007, and is listed on the National Historic Register.
Dwight Farmers Market & Junk in the Trunk
On Saturdays, locals set up to sell fruits, vegetables, plants, homemade bakery items, crafts and so much more. One Saturday a month there is also a "Junk in the Trunk" where locals bring garage sales downtown and sell out of the trunks of their cars.
Slagel Family Farm
Slagel Family farm is a 6th generation farm in central Illinois. Re-connect with the land and watch the livestock roaming the pastures in the wide-open skies outside the city. As more and more people have the desire to learn more about their food and where it comes from, a farm tour and dinner would be an excellent way to bring you closer to your food. Tours, which run from spring to fall, are a full afternoon of learning and enjoying food. Each farm tour/dinner will be paired with one or more well-known chefs from Chicago. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions, hold baby piglets, gather fresh eggs, and interact with playful goats and lambs. Following the tour, you will head back to the barn and enjoy a four-course meal prepared using products raised within feet of where we are sitting.
Joe's Stationhouse Pizzeria
Pizzas, pasta, and more. Family owned and operated for over 40 years.
The menu offers a wide variety of salads, sandwiches, paninis, Neapolitan pizzas and pasta. Entrees include baby back ribs, Marsala boneless pork chops, potato crusted Icelandic cod, filet mignon and New York strip steak. Homemade soup is also served each day. Be sure to save room for our fresh made gelatos.
Traditional and specialty pizzas, pasta and salads. Try their famous "Family Pleaser" combination.
Super 8 Motel - Dwight
2 story motel, 30 rooms, some truck parking. Pet friendly.
Super 8 Motel - Pontiac
48 rooms, including ones with microwaves and refrigerators. Truck parking available. Restaurants nearby. Handicap rooms, pet friendly.
Quality Inn - Pontiac
Located in the Route 66 town of Pontiac. Offering 54 rooms, some rooms with jacuzzi available. Amenities include exercise room, coach tour services, guest laundry and handicap accessible.
Whispering Pines of Dwight
Bed and breakfast with a beautiful, quiet country setting on a heavily wooded three acre lot. Breakfasts include international recipes. Charger ports for electric cars.
Elliot's Corner Junction
Hot and cold sandwiches, fried chicken. Home of the famous "Bite-Me" burger.
Although their reputation rest on their excellent pizza, Mario's offers a broad selection of other fine dishes.
Pizzas by Marchelloni
Pizza, fried chicken, daily specials, pizza buffet.
Pontiac Family Kitchen
Full service menu and comfortable surroundings. Banquet room available for special events.
Pit Stop Family Cafe
A family style restaurant with an automotive theme. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
New China Inn Buffet
Classic Asian cooking, available for take-out or dine-in.
Bill's Antiques and Upholstering
A large selection of antique Victorian and oak furniture. A large selection of old lunch boxes and wooden telephones.
Left Field Grille
Home of Livingston County's Best Hamburger. Family friendly and free delivery.
Wolf Creek Golf Club - Pontiac
The 18-hole course features 6,637 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.1 and it has a slope rating of 117. Wolf Creek golf course opened in 1972.
Unique eatery and bar filled with local sports memorabilia. Full service menu available daily.
Delong's Casual Dining & Spirits
Excellent food in a charming setting. Full menu, frozen custard, and alfresco dining available.
Classic American and Chinese foods.
The Country Mansion Restaurant
The original structure was built as a boarding house in 1891. It was purchased and moved to its present site in 1895. In 1977, the home was purchased by the Ohlendorfs, remodeled and opened as The Country Mansion. Eight or more need reservations.