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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Village Vineyard & Winery
Friendly and relaxing, Village Vineyard is just off the beaten path and offers a tasting room with 16 varieties of wine. Relax on the outdoor terrace overlooking 3 acres of vineyards.
Siloam Springs State Park
Enjoy hiking, camping, and canoeing at Siloam Springs State Park in Western Illinois.
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.
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.
River Park Getaway
A genuine getaway. Perfect river view, charming interior, queen bed & hide a bed couch, sundeck.
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.
Everything homemade daily including breads, pies, specials, cajun steaks and special omelettes.
Wispering Oaks Campground
Enjoy camping close to Nauvoo & Quincy. Swimming & fishing at an affordable price.
Adams County Fair
Held annually at the Mendon Fairgrounds outside of Quincy, IL. 2014 dates are from July 29-Aug 4th. For more information, contact the office at 217-936-2230. The County Fair includes a carnival, grandstand events, and horse shows every day. Livestock exhibitors and domestic arts exhibits. Admission: $7 Thurs, Fri, Sun, & Tues. $10 Sat, Mon, & Wed.
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.
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.
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.
Housed in a historic 1890s home, this museum covers everything from the history of the Mississippi River to dinosaurs, Native Americans and NASA.
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.
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.
A Quincy tradition for visitors and natives alike. Famous loose meat sandwiches. The first Maid Rite restaurant was started in Quincy.
Fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Steaks, seafood, salads, sandwiches, great wine and beer selection.
Enjoy Sprout's Inn's casual atmosphere. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with daily specials.