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A wonderful preservation of one of the forgotten industries that helped make America what it is to day A must see for all ages male and female alike
It’s technically free to get in, it’s by donation only so if you have a low budget and you want to do something fun with the family go check this out then pop over to the gift shop get a little something.
Our family had a blast!!! Clarence was a wonderful tour guide!!! I'm so glad we stopped - my husband had a chance to play catch with our boys!!!
... fields with corn growing in the outfields were perfect....our tour guide Clarence was full of all kinds of info on the film and behind the scenes tid bits...lots of great stuff in the gift shop as well...loved it
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If you have the time and interest, I would recommend taking the approximately 90-minute free tour to see and learn about the history and design of this hand-built edifice.
We hopped on the free tour of the Capitol and thought it was truly the best way to experience this magnificent building.
Great ride or walk!
Great ride
It also has a beautiful church, gift shop, cafe, park, and friendly, well informed staff.
This is a FREE attraction about the birth and death of Christ all done in stones.
It's a great place to walk the campus and enjoy the scenery variety of flowers, shrubs and trees.
This a wonderful campus and worth your time just to walk around and explore.
There's also a small gift shop, with a deck overlooking the grounds and a screened porch for relaxing.
Also the Sunday night summer concerts are on are list of favorite summer activities.
A beautiful place for a quick stop or day of hiking.
Hard to beat- live music on every block, beautiful and bountiful produce and fresh homemade foods to eat now or later!
There are a wide variety of booths, fresh farm produce, tasty food, beautiful crafts, and great beverages.
Dunnings Spring is a lovely spot anytime of year, but on a hot day it is a cool spot in the shade with a cool spring and falls.
Take time to read the story of the mill on the sign and hike to the top so see where the water is coming from!
We took the time to walk around and cross the bridge and pretend to be Robert KincaId and Farncesca (Eastwood and Streep).
There was also a small gift shop nearby that sells locally themed foods and bridge-related memoribilia.
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Snake Alley

This is awesome quick stop to drive down the curvy road.
Come in the spring for the flowers and the art fair in the summer.
This is a must stop (they do offer tours on the hour) and try their bourbon, rye , vodka and their seasonal spirits.
Purchased those and a small tasting glass and then had some cocktails at the bar, excellent service all round!
There animatronic statues of important people and Seaman, Lewis' Newfoundland dog, lots of hands on activities to get kids interested in history, and a flatboat theater to see a short film about the Expedition as...
The exhibits are well-designed for visitors of all ages, and the murals are beautifully executed.
The Madison County Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center should be your first stop when visiting Madison County - home of the Covered Bridges and the Birthplace of John Wayne.
Great information!
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This is a great place to visit but it is physically strenuous if you venture past the Welcome Center.
Finally, there is a nice gift shop in the Visitor Center.
Museum is great for kids with the interactive exhibits and great for adults with all of the information about the Union Pacific railroad.
This museum has lots of history about the early days of the railroad.
Nice history exhibits of the local history and is good for elementary age children due to the interactive exhibits.
Unlike many art museums, the DMAC has free admission and accessible parking.
There is a very good museum restaurant on the premises, and a medium sized gift shop with a variety of items.
The walk over to the spring fed waterfalls was nice and a wonderful spot for pictures, of which we took many.
My bucket list is getting smaller
Not sure if this site has always been marked or if it's a result of 'The Day the Music Died,' but it was moving to me and I felt it was worth the trip.
This was the first summertime visit to the Quad Cities for my wife & me, after more than a half-dozen winter stays for minor pro hockey.
This has become "our" park as we always have to stop here whenever we visit the Quad Cities.
Nice area to walk around and view various sculptures.
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Please consider a monetary donation after the tour to fund the church's upkeep of this invaluable treasure.
Absolutely worth a stop.
Chapel area and gift shop are staffed with knowledgeable, caring persons.
It’s such a beautiful and peaceful place to visit.
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