Quality Inn & Suites South
135 S. Larkin Ave.
Joliet, IL 60436-1245
Phone: (815) 744-1770
Fax: (815) 280-7949
135 S. Larkin Ave., Joliet, IL, US, 60436-1245
- Phone: (815) 744-1770
- Fax: (815) 280-7949
A riverwalk, visitors center, park band shell, and performing arts building.
Elegant National Historic Landmark offering unique Victorian setting.
Fourteen acres of indoor and outdoor fun.
This pumpkin farm offers fall decorations, farm animals, hayrides, corn maze, and haunted barn.
Take an interesting and educational tour led by an experienced naturalist.
Consisting of an area of 44.2 acres (17.9 hectares), the Lockport Powerhouse is a beautiful dam built in Federal style of architecture. Best known for power generation this powerhouse, is a National Historic Landmark. Access to certain areas are restricted for security reasons, but a visit to this place to watch the outer functions of the powerhouse is a great idea.
A magnificent set of 59 buildings come together in harmony, to constitute the Lockport Historic District. The monumental district stands located in the Lockport region of the U.S. State of Illinois. The year 1936 marked the platting of this historical district. It comprises of 56 buildings that contribute towards the historical integrity of the area. The district carries immense monumental value and has paved the way for its inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places.
Historic greenhouse featuring a tropical house, cacti-room, show house, and outdoor gardens.
An archaeological site in Illinois, the Briscoe Mounds rests alongside the shores of Des Plaines River. It is named after the Briscoe family who originally owned the land before it was purchased by the State. It is currently owned by the Illinois State Museum. The two mounds on the site are said to be built in the Mississippian era. They were excavated in the year 1964 when it revealed human remains of 16 persons. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1978.
The Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery spreads over 982 acres (397 hectares) and encompasses 400,000 burial spaces. It is named in honor of the country's 16th President Abraham Lincoln who founded this funerary system. It also features a memorial site dedicated to the fallen soldiers during wars of the 1900s. This cemetery is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
The renowned John Humphrey House is a renowned historic home in Orland Park, Illinois. The site was constructed in 1881 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 1, 2005. It is a monumental house and is open for general public viewing on the 2nd Sunday of each month, between 2:00p to 4:00p. These tours promise an enticing view of the Orland Park History.