This is the largest prehistoric Indian city north of Mexico. Climb Monk’s Mound, see the film and lifesize village. Don’t miss annual events that focus on Native American culture. Cahokia Mounds is located on the Historic National Road.
The bright lights of Vegas have nothing on the Casino Queen, home of the loosest slots and the hottest table games in town. Hungry? The Queen has you covered from casual to fine dining. The best view is from the Casino Queen Hotel with available meeting space.
The museum displays costumes, photographs, programs, letters, awards and mementos from Miss Dunhams career as a dancer, choreographer, teacher, writer and dance company owner. Admission is free and Hours Open by appointment.
This juried fine art show features the original works of approximately 100 accomplished artists along with scrumptious local food and drink. Children will enjoy the Create IT and Take IT art sections where they will create their own take-away art projects.
This bridge is one of the world’s longest pedestrian/bicycle bridges and offers commanding views of the Mississippi River and a great perch for American Eagle watching. Years ago the bridge became very popular as the Route 66 bridge with a 45 degree right curve in the middle. The Bridge is the site of Eagle Days in January and other events.
Celebrate world class art in October at this two-day juried exhibit and sale. This show features original works from 70+ artists in a wide range of art mediums. Enjoy demonstrations, food & drink and the Kids Kreations area.