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Vibrant, trendy and absolutely delicious are just three ways to describe Carbondale's premiere Thai restaurant. High ceilings, inviting windows and contemporary decor make the restaurant ravishing. Featuring an all-encompassing menu that includes both traditional and unique dishes, all offered at various levels of spiciness, Thai Taste has something for everyone.
The African American Museum of Southern Illinois
Permanent exhibits here include African art collections and slave artifacts. Rotating displays have included Underground Railroad message quilts and local artwork. The museum's changing exhibits seek to portray the outstanding achievements of African American citizens.
The Apple Tree
Locally owned shop features collectibles, decorating and household items, greeting cards, gift items and extensive Christmas and holiday items.
Southern Illinois' largest general interest used bookstore, with more than 50,000 titles. If you having trouble finding a long out-of-print or an obscure subject, chances are The Bookworm has it or can locate it. Located in the East Gate Shopping Center.
The Great Outdoors Company, Inc.
Unique gifts, art, home décor and apparel, with the largest selection of crocs in the Southern Illinois Area. Great shopping for the sporting, outdoor enthusiast and anyone looking for something unique. All this and their friendly staff make for a wonderful shopping experience. Also located at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta.
The Hangar 9
Known for its wide selection of craft beer and hosting exceptional music, The Hangar 9 is arguably Carbondale's best venue for nightlife. Built to resemble an airplane hangar, the building is unmistakable. Located on The Strip in Downtown Carbondale, the bar brings everything from karaoke, open-mic, and trivia to recognizable national acts to the downtown.
The Jackson County Stage Company
The Stage Company was born in 1982 when a small but enthusiastic group met to explore the possibility of founding a community theater in Southern Illinois. This community theater produces four shows a year. In 2008, the company moved into the Varsity Center for the Arts, 418 S. Illinois Ave., Carbondale. For a current list of their plays, refer to their web site www.stagecompany.org
The Neighborhood Co-op
If there's one thing the Neighborhood Co-op is known for, it's good food. Between the grocery store and the deli area, this one-stop-shop has everything you need for the perfect meal. Enjoy the fresh taste of locally grown produce, shop the work of Carbondale's thriving art scene, and feast on a hearty sandwich, made with all-organic products.
The Newell House
This fine dining restaurant in downtown Carbondale is the place to meet for food, drinks and conversation. The Newell House provides everything you need in a restaurant and gathering place--everything from steak to decadent desserts are featured on the menu.
The Science Center of Southern Illinois
This center was designed for children ages 3-13 and their families. The science museum features several interactive hands-on exhibits dealing with a variety of basic concepts of science, as well as special events and programs.
The Science Center of Southern Illinois
The Science Center of Southern Illinois is the perfect way for kids to explore the beauty of science in a fun atmosphere. This hands-on children's museum has over 50 exhibits and sees nearly 15,000 annual visitors. Adults are also welcome, as many of the activities can be enjoyed by all.
The University Museum
The Museum has a collection of over 52,000 objects. It houses an art collection and a collection of prehistoric, historic, and scientific objects. One of the permanent and very popular exhibits is the "W.P.A. Pioneer Dioramas", which were created by local craftsmen employed at the Museum during the Works Progress Administration, 1938-1942. It has six galleries, an archive, Museum Gift Shop, and a 100-seat auditorium.
The University Museum Gift Shop
After you finish your touring of the University Museum wonderful exhibits and collections, stop by the museum gift store. Special gifts and offerings from around the world can be purchased.
The Varsity Center for the Arts
What started as a single-screen movie house in 1940 has become a power house for live music and community theater. This gorgeous theater is one of the greatest components to Carbondale's thriving art & culture scene, as it serves as home to the Jackson County Stage Company, which presents several plays during the year, and hosts the weekly Friday Night Film series. The Varsity serves as a venue for live entertainment during the Carbondale Rocks Revival, an annual city-wide music festival in addition to accommodating local and regional musicians during the year to bring the city exceptional entertainment.
The Wedding Garden & Event Center
Whether you're looking for an event venue or simply wish to be amazed, the Wedding Garden & Event Center is perfect for you! This gorgeous venue has both indoor and outdoor facilities, each carefully constructed to create a sensual atmosphere. While the garden is conveniently located in the commercial district, you would never know it based on the surroundings. It really is one of Carbondale's hidden gems!
Family-owned and operated featuring daily specials, homemade rolls, desserts and Thursday night steak specials.
Tom Cat Hill Cabins
Located off the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail, 5 miles north of Alto Pass on IL 127,(2 miles from Cedar Lake) you will find these two luxury cabins, Cabin #1 accommodates eight. Cabin #2 accommodates two. The cabins offer wonderful amenities to create a relaxing enjoyable visit. Some of the special features are gourmet kitchen, hot tub, washer & dryer, gas fireplace; satellite TV, WiFi, DVD/VCR Player, central air & heat. Boat rental are available for patrons - pontoons, canoes, kayaks for use on nearby Cedar Lake. A great ending for a day would be relaxing in the hot tub or sitting on the deck overlooking the Shawnee National Forest, enjoy a glass of wine from any of the local wineries.
Tom's Place Restaurant
Established in 1921 Tom's offers an enchanting blend of fine dining with a reich, fascinating history. Crisp linen, fresh flowers & soft candelight create an atmosphere of comfortable elegance while enjoying any of the wonderful gourmet dishes.
Train Inn B&B
The Train Inn features 4 rooms, they are called "Chicago, Memphis, New Orleans and Carbondale". The house is an Arts & Crafts Bungalow with a masterfully refinished interior and many antiques including a Mission Oak staircase.
Train-Inn Vacation/Executive Rental Home
If you need longer-term accommodation this is a perfect vacation/executive rental, hotel alternative, or home away from home when visiting Carbondale or Southern Illinois University. This cottage is location adjacent to the Train-Inn B&B and has a comfortable, rustic charm. Recently renovated it offers modern comfort, with three bedrooms, easily sleeping six guests. Fully furnished and with its fully equipped kitchen, including dishes and cookware, towels, linens, washer & dryer a great place to stay while visiting the area. In addition, there is parking for up to four cars.
Serving fine Mexican cuisine.
Live entertainment. Monday night is jazz, Thursday offers an eclectic mix of local musicians, Sunday is DJ night.
Tropicana Vintage Clothing
The largest vintage clothing store in Southern Illinois providing men’s and women’s clothing from the 1940’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’sand 80’s. The clothing is for sale or rent. The entrance to the store is located behind the Longbranch Coffee House (100 E. Jackson St.) parking lot.
Two Thirteen East
The only gay club in Carbondale features drag shows, Salsa Night on Thursdays and ‘80s dance music on Saturdays.
The University Mall is the centerpiece of Southern Illinois' most established retail district and is conveniently located near the crossroads of two of the regions most traveled arteries -- Route 13 and US 51. The mall features variety stores to meet your shopping needs!
Carries a general line of antiques, specializes in furniture and clocks -- and if you're looking for a claw-foot bathtub, this is the place to visit! The shop offers restoration and stripping. Located in the City of Oraville, IL.
Von Jakob Vineyard
Located among the beautiful rolling hills of the Shawnee National Forest, Von Jakob is the perfect getaway. As a family-owned business established nearly 20 years ago, we offer our guests an inviting and fun atmosphere to relax and unwind. While visiting our tasting room, sample from over 20 varieties of wine, a wide selection of hand-crafted beers and award winning hard apple cider. We offer a delicious lunch menu available daily and a full service restaurant open Friday and Saturday evenings. We also have live music every weekend and host a number of festivals, weddings and private events throughout the year. When your here, feel free to extend your stay with us at one of our charming Bed & Breakfast Suites. Come experience a trip to Little Germany when you visit Von Jakob.
Von Jakob Vineyard's B&Bs
Von Jakob Vineyard welcomes you to stay at two new charming B&B locations: The Wine House, with 3 suites and The Port House, with 2 suites.Choose from any of our five spacious suites and escape from it all. Located right on the vineyard’s grounds within walking distance of the winery, our B&B’s overlook the beautiful rolling hills of the Shawnee National Forest. The stylish décor’ and intimate setting will be sure to put you at ease. All suites have king-size beds, wi-fi, & Jacuzzi tub. Each suite is perfect for an overnight stay or weekend getaway any time of the year.
West Walnut Street Historic District
Registered as a National Historic District in May 1975. 54 historic residences are located here. Some homes date to early 1850's, most are early 20th-Century. Homes are private residences and are not open to the public.
We offer all the comforts of home without the responsibilities. Located 5 miles SW of Carbondale, Woodland Cabins site at the edge of Southern IL rolling hills. Two ponds offer fishing, paddle boating, bird watching & relaxation. All four cabins sleep 2.
The origin of Memorial Day can be traced to this cemetery, where in 1866 General John A. Logan organized the first post-Civil War service. More than 60 graves of Civil War soldiers are found here.