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The Alexis Museum houses numerous fascinating displays that depict the early days of the community.
Country Corner Farm Market & Pumpkin Patch
Explore acres of pumpkins, a giant corn maze, farm-fresh produce, a petting zoo, craft barn, tree house and playground. Hayrack and pony rides, a carnival and concessions are also offered.
Ski Snowstar Winter Sports Park
Minutes from the Quad Cities. Easy access from I-80, I-74 and I-280. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tubing, ski lifts, restaurant and complete ski and board rentals. Skiing available every night. Features 100% snow-making equipment as well. Great winter fun for the entire family!.
Andover Historical Museum & Grounds
This former home of August Rehnstrom was a temporary haven for Swedish immigrants in the 1860s. The lawn features the bell from the area's first two-story school and millstones from the historic Edwards River Mill.
Jenny Lind Chapel
Andover's quaint chapel was endowed by the world-famous opera singer Jenny Lind. Built in 1850, this chapel is the "Mother Church" of the former Augustana Lutheran Synod of America.
Andover Christmas Julotta
For 163 years this early morning (6:30 a.m.) service has been held at Augustana Lutheran Church. The service is held in a setting similar to that used by the Swedish congregation in 1870. The choir sings a Swedish anthem and the service is in English. Candles in the pews, altar and windows illuminate the sanctuary. Service begins at 6:30am.
American Woman's League Chapter House
Built in 1911 and listed in the National Register of Historic Sites, this house is now owned by the Andover Historical Society. Was built as one of nine Woman's League Chapter Houses in the state of Illinois, features stylistic characteristics of the arts and crafts movement.
Biggsville's Hotel Lynn
This restored 1902 hotel features four sleeping rooms, kitchen, living room, and meeting rooms with free parking.
Privately-owned restaurant, lounge and bowling alley.
Horse and Buggy Museum
The museum offers agricultural history exhibits and programs from the period 1820-1920 when horses were the man source of power for farming and transportation. With 6000 square feet of display area featuring eight interactive touchscreen kiosks with 80 video clips making Henderson county horse era come alive again. Over 50 equipment pieces are on exhibit.
Creekside Vineyards Winery and Inn
Enjoy this vineyard and B&B combo located just a few minutes from major attractions in the Quad Cities. Vineyard tours are available by appointment. Lovely Inn located in a beautiful country setting, yet minutes from entertainment, dining and shopping.
CITY: Coal Valley
This zoo located near the Quad Cities houses more than 900 exotic animals. See the animal exhibits on foot or hop aboard the Mel McKay Express, a miniature replica of an old steam engine that takes visitors around the park. Rise and shine with the wild things during Breakfast With the Animals, held on select Saturdays.
CITY: Coal Valley
Pine View Cabins
Great weekend get-away. Many trails and Clydesdale horses available for riding. Cabin rentals available.
Big River State Forest
Encompassing more than 3,000 acres along the Mississippi River, Big River State Forest is a remnant of woodland that once bordered the vast prairies. The 1-½ mile Lincoln Hiking Trail commemorates Abraham Lincoln's march through the area in 1832.
Henderson County Conservation Area
Offering camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, and winter sports, the conservation area is about 20 miles southwest of Monmouth and five miles east of the Mississippi River. Group camping also available.
CITY: Little York
We Share Bed & Breakfast
Are you in need of a home away from home? Consider this lower level, one bedroom furnished apartment. Utilities, cable, laundry facilities, parking space, and private entrance are among the amenities included.
Center for Belgian Culture of Western Illinois
The Center offers an extensive collection of documents and archival material for genealogical/historical research. Also, translation services, lace-making demonstrations & gift shop.
John Deere Collector's Center
Replica of 1950s-style John Deere dealership.
John Deere Pavilion
The legend of John Deere lives on at the world's most comprehensive agricultural exhibit. Showcases vintage and modern-day equipment, interactive agricultural displays and feature film. Largest collection of John Deere merchandise anywhere.
12,000 seat arena that plays host to a variety of events including concerts, family shows, hockey arena, football. 18,000 sq. ft. of meeting/banquet space.
Quad Cities Railroad Education
Visit this railroad museum that features transportation displays and model railroads.
Playcrafters Barn Theater
Enjoy a variety of dramas and comedies at this theater situated in a renovated barn. Theater productions are available throughout the year and feature professional actors and actresses. Great venue and wonderful theater productions make this a fun attraction in the Quad Cities.
John Deere Commons at Moline Center
A tourism destination offering international restaurants, concerts, special events, top name entertainment at "The Mark," and live music at the Moline Centre bars, restaurants and pubs.
Gifts, gourmet items, children's books and classic toys.
South Park Mall
If you love it, we've got it! Over 130 specialty stores, five department stores, two sit-down restaurants and a 500-seat food fair. There is something for everyone at South Park Mall!
Deere-Wiman House & Butterworth Center
Two historic homes, built in 1872 and 1892, were occupied by four generations of John Deere's descendants. Guided tours showcase the history of the houses, and are available by reservation only.
Channel Cat Water Taxi
Channel Cat makes stops between five docks in the Quad Cities area. Each boat accommodates 47 people and seven bicycles. The Channel Cat offers a wonderful opportunity to get out on the mighty river and see it up close. You can get on and get off at the various docks and enjoy nearby attractions and riverfront bike trails. One fare is good for all day!
Quad City Music Guild
Broadway musicals in this beautiful auditorium located in Prospect Park in Moline, Illinois. Visit the website for current and upcoming show schedule and ticket prices. Founded in 1949, the theater has produced over 160 musical productions.
John Deere Commons/Moline Centre
Enjoy a variety of gift shops, restaurants, and antique stores scattered throughout this corridor of downtown Moline and situated around the John Deere Pavilion and John Deere Collectors Center.
Best Western Airport Inn
Located just a block from the Quad City International Airport in Moline, Illinois, and within walking distance from SouthPark Mall and dining, this hotel includes suites, continental breakfast, indoor pool and hot tub along with high speed Internet.
Comfort Inn - Moline
61-room hotel featuring indoor pool, hot tub, non-smoking rooms available, large deluxe continental breakfast with hot food, fax and copy machines, same-day laundry service and 24-hour coffee. Close to Quad City International Airport, SouthPark Mall, dining and pubs.
Country Inn and Suites - Moline
61 guest rooms on three stories with indoor pool, hot tub,fitness center,on-site guest laundry, free continental breakfast, whirlpool rooms and suites. Shoppin nearby at South Park Mall and close to restaurants and Quad City International Airport.
La Quinta Inn - Moline
Newly renovated, 125 rooms, limited service. Meeting space, suites.
Radisson on John Deere Commons
An award winning riverfront hotel located in the heart of John Deere Commons and right across from the John Deere Pavilion and John Deere Store. This hotel is in downtown Moline and is near restaurants, shopping, riverfront biking and walking trails and next door to the i wireless concert/sports arena. Centrally located, this hotel property is a quick drive to major attractions including the Celebration Belle Riverboat, museums, and historical attractions. You can even board the Channel Cat Water Taxi right behind the hotel which is connected to a TGI Fridays restaurant.
Located right on the mighty Mississippi, this beautiful B&B offers an inground pool and great views of the river. It's close to the Celebration Belle non-gaming riverboat, Channel Cat Water Taxi access, and right across from biking/walking trails along the river.
Belgian Village Inn
Fine food, drinks, and people since 1977. From-scratch homemade foods including the award-winning Grilled Vande Rueben. A Quad City tradition. A family-owned operation.
Happy Joe's Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor - Quad Cities
Original pizza parlor started in the Quad Cities featuring the first Taco Pizza, along with dozens of topping choices that suit the regular and different tastes of all its customers.
Lagomarcino’s has been creating fine chocolates in Moline, IL since 1908. A family run business, you can’t help but feel the love and dedication to all things sweet in their historic location. This authentic, turn-of-the-century ice cream parlor and confectionery is renowned for homemade chocolates and ice cream. Stop by and get a taste of history for yourself; your life will be a lot sweeter for it.
Bud's Skyline Inn
Casual dining including prime rib, catfish, steaks and seafood.
Whitey's Ice Cream Stores - Quad Cities
Created in the Quad Cities, outstanding flavors of ice cream, malts, shakes of every kind, banana splits, sundaes. Squeeky clean Ice Cream Shops all done up in White and Red and the ice cream servers are dressed white uniforms with red and white caps.
Bent River Brewing Company
Great beer brewed on site and a delicious menu with sandwiches, soups, pastas, tacos, salads and more. All prepared with little twist and great seasonings. Enjoy live music on the weekends! Be sure to try their Mississippi Blonde beer if you like a lighter micro-brewed beer. They also offer stouts, ales and more.
Stoney Creek Inn & Suites
The Northwoods theme runs through this 140 room, 10,000 sq.ft. of meeting space hotel. A walk-through lobby & glass elevator greet each guest. The Wilderness Park indoor/outdoor pool area is a great place to relax. Suites are available with hot tubs & fireplaces! Internet access & meeting space is available for the business traveler & meeting planner. An atmosphere that is uniquely different. This is a very family-friendly hotel property and close to attractions including the John Deere Pavilion, John Deere Store, Celebration Belle Riverboat, Channel Cat Water Taxi, shopping, dining and nightlife. The hotel provides complimentary shuttle airport shuttle service, High-speed wireless internet access, and complimentary hot breakfast. The hotel property is located conveniently right off Interstate 74.
El Mariachi Restaurante
Great home-cooked Mexican Cuisine and family-owned.
Exotic Thai Restaurant
Featuring fine dining and the fine Thai cuisine in a contempory atmosphere.
Featuring Vietnamese Gourment food during lunch and dinner hours. Set in a more formal dining atmosphere.
Family-owned restaurant featuing homemade Mexican cuisine.
Old time diner featuring breakfast, lunch and dinner. Well-know for their famous loose meet sandwiches (Maid Rites). A Quad Cities original. Enjoy malts, fries and so much more at this 50's-style diner. A variety of locations throughout the Quad Cities.
Osaka Japanese Restaurant
Dependable and delicious Japanese cuisine. Sushi and bar area. Located right across from shopping at SouthPark Mall - serving lunch and dinner.
Serving up some of the most tastiest pizzas in the area with a vast array of toppings. A favorite among local Quad Citians.
Family-owned restaurant featuring homemade Chinese cuisine with lots of fresh vegetables.
Fine dining featuring gourmet French Vietnamese cuisine. Family-owned and operated.
Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse
Historic Vaudeville Era Dinner Playhouse offering musical productions and dinner theatre.
Econolodge - Moline
Welcome to the Econo Lodge, a Moline hotel near Southpark Mall The Econo Lodge is conveniently located within walking distance from Southpark Mall. Guests of this Moline hotel will enjoy many full-service amenities, including free continental breakfast, free weekday newspaper, free local calls, seasonal outdoor pool and whirlpool.
Quality Inn & Suites - Moline
At the Quality Inn & Suites in Moline, guests will enjoy many superior amenities For business travelers, this Moline hotel provides modern conveniences like wireless high-speed Internet access, spacious work desks, business center, and access to a copy machine. Meeting facilities are available to accommodate up to 40 people for most events and business functions. Handicap accessible rooms are also available. Be Sure To Ask About PARK & FLY packages the hotel offers!
Residence Inn by Marriott - Moline
Residence Inn Moline Quad Cities is nestled in the heart of Moline, just off I-74 & I-80 on John Deere Road and just 5 miles from the Quad City International Airport. Residence Inn can provide you with all the comforts of home with all the features of a Marriott hotel; such as free hot breakfast buffet, evening social, indoor pool and fitness center, friendly staff, and so much more.
The Bier Stube
German Restaurant with a large German menu and beer selection. Enjoy the outdoor Beer Garden and live music on weekends.
Quad Cities CVB Bike Rentals
Bike rentals through the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau are available at their Visitor Center located at 1601 River Drive, Suite 110 in Moline. Bikes are available in a variety of sizes and come with locks and helmets. They also offer Kiddie Trailers to hook on the back of adult bikes for toddlers and small bikes that can be attached to the adult bike for children still needing training wheels. Rentals are available from Memorial Day through October. You can rent by the day or by the hour.
Celebration River Cruises
Hop aboard the family-owned Celebration Belle riverboat that cruises the mighty Mississippi River. Operating April through October, the 800-passenger riverboat offers a variety of cruises, ranging from sightseeing tours to theme cruises such as Big Band and fall foliage, captain's dinner and dance cruises, and overnight excursions.
The Loop Riverfront Circulator
The Loop riverfront circulator hugs the Mississippi River and offers easy access to popular downtown attractions in the Quad Cities. The Loop provides a uniquely enjoyable way to travel for nightlife, dining, entertainment, arts/culture, festivals, concerts, gaming, and the beauty of the Mississippi River. See the sights on plush buses with stadium seating, full glass ceilings, bike rack, wheelchair accessibility, and hospitality-trained drivers. The Loop operates Thursday - Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons. The fare is $1 per trip/50c for seniors, disabled, or Medicare cardholders.
Quad City Mallards
Enjoy the excitement of hockey as the CHL Hockey Team, the Quad City Mallards, takes to the ice at the i wireless Center in downtown Moline and located right across the street from the famous John Deere Pavilion. Season runs from October through April! For more information visit www.myqcmallards.com
Enjoy indoor shopping throughout the year at SouthPark Mall. This mall features some 200 stores that include larger department stores like Dillards, VonMaur, and Yonkers. Specialty and gift shops, well-known clothing stores, and large food court make this a great place to shop.
Quad Cities Visitor Center
Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau's Visitor Center in Moline will provide you with all the information your need on things to see and do in the Quad Cities. Our Visitor Center offers a gift shop filled with souvenirs, local products and even t-shirts dyed in the mud of the mighty Mississippi River. Our trained visitor counselors are on hand to answer your questions and direct you to the many exciting adventures you will find in the Quad Cities. We also provide bike rentals so you can go out and explore the beautiful riverfront trails.
Quad Cities Restaurant Week
Celebrate food at the Quad Cities Restaurant Week. Enjoy the best the area has to offer with special prix fixe menus. Sample the flavors that make the Quad cities a perfect destination for food lovers. Bon Appetit.
Scottish Rite Cathedral
Scottish Rite Cathedral is on the former site of the Stillman Wheelock mansion, this Gothic Revival style cathedral was built in 1930.
Family-owned motel and restaurant close to downtown area.
Hawthorn Inn & Suites - Monmouth
The finest acommodations in West Central Illinois, close to downtown area.
Super 8 Motel - Monmouth
Variety of room styles available including family rooms. National chain.
Monsanto Learning Center
You're welcome to visit the Monsanto Facility at Monmouth, home to many exciting facets of agricultural research and training.
Breadeaux Pizza - Monmouth
Take out pizza.
Casey's General Store
Convenience store chain with pizza.
Affordable family/fine dining and lounge takes you back to the early 1900s when biplanes and barnstorming were all the rage.
Diner/coffee shop serving sandwiches and breakfast all day.
County Market Deli
Deli. Carry out or dine in.
Dog Patch Diner
Hot dogs and sandwiches.
Deli. Carry-out, delivery, or dine-in.
Casual dining. Serving Italian style pizza, spaghetti and sandwiches. Banquet room.
Family dining. Mexican cuisine.
Family dining. Mexican cuisine. Dine in or carry out.
Maple City Family Restaurant
American home cooking. Breakfast served all day.
Monmouth Soda Works
Serving salads, sandwiches, pies and old-fashioned ice cream treats.
New China Buffet - Monmouth
Chinese (Szechwan) cuisine.
The Brick House
Antiques and collectibles.
Genesis Christian Book & Supplies
All types of Christian books and supplies.
Wyatt Earp Birthplace Home
Deputy U.S. Marshal Wyatt Earp, an American hero who helped tame the Wild West, was born in Monmouth in 1848. Visit his birthplace and see historical documents and artifacts that tell the story of this great American hero. Tours by appointment only.
The founding of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, the first women's sorority, took place at Holt House, which is open for tours. It was in Ada and Libbie’s bedroom at the Holt home that I.C. Sororities came to life.
Lock and Dam #17
This New Boston lock and dam assists with barge navigation on the Mississippi River.
CITY: New Boston
The Riverbed Inn
Small, family oriented facility. Rental available daily and monthly.
Deerwood Cabin Rentals
Alexis Phelps House
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this home is a great place to watch the river traffic go by. Open by appointment for breakfast, teas, luncheons, receptions and weddings.
Located in the former home of Justus Schlotzhauer, advance man for Ringling Brothers Circus, this museum focuses on local river history.
Crazy Mary's Pizza
Family-owned diner serving pizza and sandwiches.
Small, family owned restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Delabar State Park
Delabar State Park offers quality outdoor experiences for anglers, hikers, campers, and picnickers. Many of the site's 89 acres are forested with sturdy oak, birch, and hickory trees.
Hillcrest Resort and Event Center
Hillcrest Resort and Event Center features a clubhouse with fireplace and large screen TV's. You will also enjoy the restaurant, sports club, swimming pool, 9-hole golf course and weekly entertainment. This camping and RV resort offers fishing for bass, blue gill, and catfish, hiking trails, children's swings, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball, bags, a beverage store, and wireless Internet at the clubhouse. Secluded from the highway, but only ten miles to Quad Cities Airport in Moline and six miles to Interstate 80 in a beautiful country setting. The Event Center offers seven events per season: Hillcrest Music Fest, Illinois BBQ Fest, American Country Music Fest, and Quad Cities Haunted Woods. The center is also the home of reality TV show, American Resort. Camping and RV reservations can be made online or by phone. For information on upcoming festivals at the event center visit www.hillcresteventcenter.com.
Top O' the Morning Bed & Breakfast
1912 brick prairie style home of Rock Island Railroad President. On hill overlooking Mississippi River above downtown Rock Island. Three acres of wooded grounds.
CITY: Rock Island
Mississippi River Trail
Situated in Sunset Park in Rock Island is the Mississippi River Trail. Listed as a difficult trial, mainly due to its length and many portions not protected by shade, this asphalt trail hugs the bank of the river as you move through parks, industrial sections, downtown business districts and small river towns.
CITY: Rock Island