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 200 Gore Road , Morris, IL, US, 60450

  • Phone: (815) 942-6600
  • Fax: (815) 942-8255
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»Mazon Creek Fossil Bed

The Mazon Creek Fossil Bed is one of the country's most pristine fossil caches, located in a shale deposit that was once a tropical river system some 300 million years ago. Mazon Creek is distinguished from other fossil beds in the area for its serendipitously perfect conditions, allowing for many rare soft tissued plants and animals to be preserved in the sediment. Over 400 species of flora and 320 species of fauna have been found in the site, the fauna split into marine life such as jellyfish and terrestrial animals such as ancient insects. 

Mazon River
, IL

»Briscoe Mounds

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.

Front Street
Channahon, IL 60410

»Dollinger Family Farm

This pumpkin farm offers fall decorations, farm animals, hayrides, corn maze, and haunted barn.

7420 Eas Hansel Road
Joliet, Illinois 60447

»Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery

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.

20953 West Hoff Road
Elwood, IL 60421

»Farnsworth House

The celebrated Farnsworth House acts as a fine example of modernist domestic architecture. It was constructed between 1945 and 1951. The house spans over a 60-acre (24-hectare) estate in close proximity to the Fox River that flows through the south of Plano City, Illinois. It is basically a one-room weekend retreat and predominantly a glass and steel structure. The finely-created 1500 square-foot (139 square-meter) house is broadly accepted as a masterpiece defining International Style of architecture. The striking design and landscaping makes for a great backdrop to plan an event. Catering services and provision for beverages is made in the house from excellent caterers.

14520 River Road
Plano, IL 60545

»Route 66 Raceway

Drag Racing

3200 South Chicago Street
Joliet, Illinois 60436

»Kendall County Courthouse

The eminent Kendall County Courthouse is a historic former courthouse site. It is primly located at Yorkville in Kendall County, Illinois. The year 1864 marked the construction of the original building, which was later devastated by fire. A stellar replica of this Italianate edifice was however later erected and established in 1887. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its contributions to the governing power and the politics in the area has given it a prominent local status. 

807 West John Street
Yorkville, IL 60560

»Will/Joliet Bicentennial Park

A riverwalk, visitors center, park band shell, and performing arts building.

Jefferson and Bluff Streets
Joliet, Illinois 60435

»Jacob Henry Mansion

Elegant National Historic Landmark offering unique Victorian setting.

20 South Eastern Avenue
Joliet, Illinois 60433

»Haunted Trails Family Entertainment Center

Fourteen acres of indoor and outdoor fun.

1423 North Broadway
Joliet, Illinois 60435

»Joliet Iron Works Historic Site

Take an interesting and educational tour led by an experienced naturalist.

Collins Street, East of Joliet City Center
Joliet, Illinois 60432

»Lockport Lock, Dam and Power House Historic District

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.

Illinois and Michigan Canal
Lockport, IL 60441
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