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Quincy is home to 10 eclectic museums. Some historical in nature, some inspired by the arts, others reflecting agriculture, architecture, and unique private collections. A photo gallery is below, as well as the BoGo MUSEUM PASSPORT.  The PASSPORT includes a fun Scavenger Hunt, with a prize at the end. Discover 5 of the 10 "finds" on the Hunt, and receive a Quincy cap!

Please call us for your copy or feel free to download.  For each admittance charge you pay, a friend or family member gets in free, compliments of the CVB.  There is no expiration, so come back as often as you'd like to experience all eleven. 800.978.4748. DOWNLOAD MUSEUM PASS


 

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Ag Museum 8

1930s AGRICULTURE MUSEUM

Private collection of over 45 John Deere implements. FREE. Rural Quincy. 217.223.5099

ALL WARS MUSEUM

Over 10,000 artifacts & exhibits spanning the American Revolution to the War on Terrorism. On the grounds of the IL Veteran's Home. FREE.  1707 N 12th 217.222.8641

Over 70 vintage dollhouses circa 1920-present, including the 1949 "Disney House" and the 1924 Tootsie Roll house.

DOLLHOUSES THEN & NOW Over 70 vintage dollhouses circa 1920-present, including the 1949 "Disney House" and the 1924 Tootsie Roll house. 123 N 4th (above Taylor's Fine Furniture) 217.228.0088 217.222.1153

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DR RICHARD EELLS HOUSE The oldest standing two-story brick house in Quincy & a station on the Underground Railroad in the 1840s. 415 Jersey 217.223.1800

THE HISTORY MUSEUM Housed in Quincy's first public library building, featuring historical artifacts & exhibits from Quincy & Adams County.

THE HISTORY MUSEUM
Housed in Quincy's first public library building, featuring historical artifacts & exhibits from Quincy & Adams County. 332 Maine  217.214.1888 hsqac.org 

JOHN WOOD MANSION One of the Midwest's finest example of Greek Revival architecture, once the home of John Wood, Quincy's founder & Illinois' 12th Governor.

JOHN WOOD MANSION
One of the Midwest's finest example of Greek Revival architecture, once the home of John Wood, Quincy's founder & Illinois' 12th Governor. 425 S 12th 217.222.1835 hsqac.org

LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATE INTERPRETIVE CENTER Across from the site of the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate, the center features displays that tell the story of these two influential men.

LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATE INTERPRETIVE CENTER
Across from the site of the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate, the center features displays that tell the story of these two influential men. FREE. 128 N 5th 217.223.5099

QUINCY ART CENTER Center of visual arts with gallery & classes, in the former Lorenzo Bull carriage house.

QUINCY ART CENTER
Center of visual arts with gallery & classes, in the former Lorenzo Bull carriage house. 1515 Jersey 217.223.5900  quincyartcenter.org

QUINCY MUSEUM Originally the Newcomb-Stillwell Mansion, the 1st floor is now restored to period 1890s, while the two upper floors offer rotating exhibits.

QUINCY MUSEUM

Originally the Newcomb-Stillwell Mansion, the 1st floor is now restored to period 1890s, while the two upper floors offer rotating exhibits. 1601 Maine 217.224.7669

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VILLA KATHRINE

Mediterranean castle built on the Mississippi bluffs in 1900 for world traveler, George Metz. Self-guided & group tours available. Now home to Quincy's Tourist Info Center and the Quincy Area CVB. 532 Gardner Expressway  217.224.3688  villakathrine.org

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