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ARCOLA

Rockome Gardens
217-268-4106
www.rockome.com


ATLANTA

J.H. Hawes Grain Elevator Museum
300 Vine
Restored 1904 grain elevator, on the National Register of Historic Places.
217-648-2056 or 217-648-5077
www.haweselevator.org

Remington Hybrid Seed Company
14554 E. 925 N. Rd.
See the production, bagging and warehouse facilities of a seed production company. 309-557-560.


CHAMPAIGN

Champaign County Farm Bureau
801 N. County Fair Drive
The Farm Bureau acts as an intermediary to set up specific tours of area farms for visitors to the Champaign-Urbana area. Call for more information.
217-352-5235

Wood & Wood Farm
2283 County Road 1100 E.
Wood & Wood farm feeds over 1,800 beef cattle annually. The farm produces over 750 acres of corn to be used as feed. An additional 520 acres is comprised of beans and hay. Appointments. 217-359-4844

Prairie Farm
2202 W Kirby Ave.
Sheep, pigs, mini horses, cows and goats. Farm
offers tours and birthday parties in addition to petting area.
217-398-2583
www.champaignparkdistrict.com


CHENOA

Matthew T. Scott Home
227 N. 1st St.
The Traditional Victorian home of Matthew T. Scott, a well-known agriculturalist, and his wife Julia Green, one of the founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution. 815-945-4555


CLINTON

C.H. Moore Homestead
219 E. Woodland
An 1870 Victorian mansion on the national register
with 3 buildings of antique farm machinery and a general store. April-Dec. Tues-Sat:
217-935-6066
www.chmoorehomestead.org


DECATUR

Mari-Mann Herb Farm
1405 Mari-Mann Ln.
6-acres form a living herbal bouquet. Garden and gift shop. Tours available. Classes offered.
217-429-1404
www.marimann.com


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LERNA

Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site
400 S. Lincoln Highway Rd.
The last home of Thomas and Sarah Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's parents. It shares the site with the Sargent Farm, an 1840s living history farm.
217-345-1845
www.lincolnlogcabin.org


LEXINGTON

Illinois State University, Farm Research Facility
25578 ISU Farm Lane
Tour a model farm complete with beef cattle, swine and sheep. Watch animals as they are fed and monitored by computers
309-365-2211


LOVINGTON

Farrel Clydesdale Farms
6776 Farrel Rd.
Operating diversified farm since 1850. Operating blacksmith shop and Clydesdale farm. Gardens, Clydesdales, & goats. Call for appointment.
217-864-5450


MONTICELLO

Allerton Park
515 Old Timber Rd.
1500 acre park with gardens, sculptures, trails, Manor House. Diversified Farm area, greenhouse, prairie acreage, 9am-4:30 pm.
www.continuinged.uiuc.edu/allerton
217-762- 2721 or 217-333-3287


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MT. OLIVE

Mennel Milling of Illinois
415 E. Main St.
Animal feed ingredients; wheat middlings and wheat by-products. Cake flour, Hostess cake flour, biscuit flour. Please call for hours.
217-999-2161 or 800-688-8151


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PARIS

Allis Chalmers Tractor Museum
9688 N 220th St.
Come visit Allis Chalmers collection of tractor models from 1914-1967. Private collection. Free by appointment.
217-275-3428


PETERSBURG

Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site
Rt. 97 15588 History Lane
This reconstructed 1830’s village is where Lincoln lived for 6 yrs. as a young adult. Here is where he studied law and began politics. All 23 buildings have been reconstructed to give visitors a clearer understanding of Pioneer life.
217-632-4000
www.lincolnsnewsalem.com

The Farm
21648 Old Farm Ave.
Twenty-three themed gardens, rustic shop in the barn featuring dried flowers, gifts and herbs, greenhouses, hayrides, garden tours, animals.
217-632-2888
www.visit-thefarm.com


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SHELBYVILLE

Jordan Creek Ranch
Cattle raised on the ranch in natural conditions on open pastures.
www.jordancreekranch.com
217-774-3202


SHIPMAN

Southwestern Farm & Home Museum
Park Street & Rt. 16
Living memorial of rural and farming life. Antique farm implements and a great number of household items
618-729-3278 or 618-836-5924


SHIRLEY

Funk Gem & Mineral Museum
10875 Prairie Home Lane
Largest single person display of rare gems, minerals, fossils and lapidary art in the state. History of agriculture exhibit, antique sleighs & carriages.
309-827-6792

Funks Grove Pure Maple Sirup
5257 Old Route 66
Tours of pure maple sirup available Feb-Mar. No appt. necessary for individuals, groups up to 30 need to call for appt.
309-874-3360
www.funkspuremaplesirup.com


SPRINGFIELD

Washington Park Botanical Garden
1740 W. Fayette Ave.
One of Illinois' major horticultural attractions.
217-753-6228 or 217-546-0257
www.springfieldparks.org


STONINGTON

Paublo Agricultural Museum
2160 N 2000 Rd.
Preserve and promote agriculture from the past to the present. The building houses antique trailers, threshing machines, & horse-drawn equipment.
217-824-3829


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