The Calhoun County Visitors Center is located in the historic Brussels Village Hall, 133 E. Main Street, Brussels, Illinois. There you will find maps, brochures, historical pictures and information about things to do and places to see in Calhoun County.
The Old East School is architecturally significant. Designed by John Mills Van Osdel, architect of the Illinois Governor’s Mansion, the Palmer House in Chicago and many other important buildings, the East School is on the National Register of Historic
The McCully Heritage Project is a natural area made up of 940 acres of hills and hollows in Calhoun County, Illinois. The project offers 15 miles of hiking and horse back riding trails, two ponds for fishing and turtle watching,
The Old School Museum is in the restored Public Grade School at 110 E. Cherry St. in Winchester. The museum displays and preserves artifacts related to Scott County history, as well as early agricultural implements, early sound and visual electronics, objects related to
The Center for American Archeology Visitors’ Center & Museum, housed within the historic Kamp Store building, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. While the majority of its award-winning exhibits focus on the fascinating prehistory of the lower