Looking for something exciting to do while visiting Southern Illinois? There’s plenty of great attractions for you and your family. Whether you’re looking to visit famous historic sites and museums or maybe you’re looking to enjoy the outdoors. We can help point you in the right direction. Southern Illinois has some of the World’s Largest attractions. In Casey, Illinois you can visit the Worlds Largest Rocking Chair, Wind Chime, Golf Tee, Pitchfork, Wooden Shoes, and Mailbox. Cahokia Mounds has been recognized as one of the must-see places for history lovers. Did you know Cahokia was once bigger than London! Great history isn’t just located in Cahokia, but all over the Southern Illinois area. There’s also beautiful lakes to visit throughout the region. These are just a few of the great attractions and destinations in Southern Illinois. Check out the rest of the amazing destinations to visit.
Whether you have a few hours or a few days, everybody will find something fun and exciting to do. Find Popeye and his friends, ride the Little Toot Railroad, pet the baby animals or compete at laser tag. That and more is all right here.
Discover how life has changed in the past 1,300 years at the largest prehistoric Indian city north of Mexico, then move through the decades past Abraham Lincoln’s early years to present day events at historic sites.
Museums that preserve the history of the region can be found in almost every city and village. It is fascinating to see how local history intersects with national and international events. Many of our communities have ties to Hollywood stars, Presidents, politicians and other significant personages.
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Music, theater, nightlife and more! Illinois South will entertain you day and night. From the internationally-known Art on the Square to the historic Lincoln Theatre, every culture lover’s taste and budget will be satisfied!
When traveling through ILLINOISouth, why not take home a remembrance of the Country, Cultures and Character of the region? Antique stores, unusual boutiques and hand made items crafted by local artisans are available in nearly every community.
WINERIES & BREWERIES
Travel the backroads and taste our wines – white and red, dry and sweet, fruit and herb based. How about sampling at small tasting rooms as well as large wineries with expansive grounds? Sit, sip and enjoy!