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Sylvia's Irish Inn
Sylvia's Irish Inn is one of Urbana's finest examples of the Queen Anne style of Victorian architecture. It was designed by Rudolph Zachariah Gill, an 1887 graduate of the University of Illinois in architecture and engineering, and was built in 1895 for Dr. Austin Lindley, a prominent physician and surgeon for the Big Four Railroad in Urbana.
The White Dove Garden and Gallery
Lovely gardens, great large new painting studio, apartments and overnight accommodations. Within walking distance to downtown Champaign, West Side Park and the University of Illinois Campus.
Gold's Bed & Breakfast
Bob and Rita Gold Welcome you to a home that R.G. and Isabelle Herriott Rayburn built and moved into from a nearby log cabin in 1874. It remained in the same family for more than 100 years. The Gold's have maintained the charm and originality of this classic 9-room farm house, while updating it for modern living. It is tastefully furnished with antique country furniture the Gold's have collected over the past 25 years, and features Early American stenciling on the walls.
Culture Shock Danville
Formerly "The Taste of Downtown Danville" in Danville, IL. Culture Shock is more than a music and arts festival. It is a celebration of our culture! Come enjoy 3 days of Free unique music, arts, food, vendors, retail and vintage, Comic Con, street performers and more!