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Joseph Smith Historic Center
149 Water Street, Nauvoo, IL | 1.217.453.2246
Homestead and gravesite of Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and his family.

Kibbe Hancock Heritage Museum
308 Walnut Street, Carthage, IL | 1.217.357.3119
Hancock’s natural history, Civil War and view Native-American and Mormon artifacts.

LaHarpe Historical Society Museum
111 East Main St. | LaHarpe, IL 61450
Mon & Sat 9am-11am; 1pm -4pm
And by appointment 217.659.3635

Monument to Women
Nauvoo Visitor’s Center, Young & Hubbord Streets, Nauvoo, IL
May thru Aug: Mon thru Sat 8am - 9pm, Sun 10:30am - 6pm
Sept thru April:
Mon thru Sat 9am - 6pm, Sun 12pm - 6pm 1.888.453.6434
Statues depicting and celebrating women’s roles

Rheinberger Museum
Nauvoo State Park, Hwy 96, Durphy St., Nauvoo, IL
1.217.453.6648 |

Weld House Museum
1380 Mulholland St., Nauvoo, IL
1.217.453.6648 |
19th-century doctor’s office has artifacts, genealogy information and cemetery records.





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