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Quincy Museum

1601 Maine St, Quincy, IL 62301-4264
+1 217-224-7669
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Great place for learning local history

This is the Quincy version of the Biltmore House. Lot of interesting things to learn about the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rojolly
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Mount Airy, North Carolina
Charming and Educational

I attended a string quartet concert during an Arts Festival within the last year. I had not been... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
artygrlQcy
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quncy, il
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1601 Maine St, Quincy, IL 62301-4264
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+1 217-224-7669
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the Quincy version of the Biltmore House. Lot of interesting things to learn about the house and the people that were some of the first big business men of Quincy. also has a great room for kids with dinosaurs. The Gift shop also...More

Thank rojolly
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I attended a string quartet concert during an Arts Festival within the last year. I had not been here for a couple years, and was PLEASANTLY surprised at the exhibits, atmosphere, and the ambiance. So perfect for a small wedding (if that's your thing!)

Thank artygrlQcy
Reviewed 21 May 2017

Nancy, the tour guide who showed us around, shared much info about the history, architecture, and of this beautiful home in a lovely area of Quincy. She pointed out many details of the woodwork and stunning craftsmanship of the home. She did her research and...More

Thank kosdak
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

Your website is unreadable it's written in Foreign language, don't know when to go or how much, so sad would probably have visited very leery now.

Thank Frank H
Reviewed 14 May 2017

We really enjoyed the videos of the history of buildings in the area. The collection of presidential autographs was also unique.

Thank Karen6703
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Spent a rainy afternoon (5/3/17) taking the guided tour of this fabulous 1890-1891 Richardsonian-Romanesque mansion in Quincy, IL, i.e., the Newcomb-Stillwell House. A very sweet young lady gave a well-researched guided tour of the impeccably decorated and designed main floor. Indeed, the 1st floor was...More

Thank bitt
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Fun all times of year. We have done the summer programs with American Girl dolls, spring and fall folk festivals, and Christmas celebrations

Thank mfbarthe
Reviewed 18 October 2016

The place was small and quaint, but the tour guide was very friendly and polite. Really pretty views from the property.

Thank Kirsten197834
Reviewed 14 October 2016

A must see if you want to see the interior of a massive historic home. So many wonderful features and great tour. There is an elevator to the upper levels. (We could not get in the door via the accessible ramp, however; it was locked.)

Thank Laurie M
Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

Home is gorgeous and a true historical gem locally. Limited hours and events. In the summers they have previously held "American Girl" day camps, which was a great idea for children, but not unless your child had an American Girl doll. I feel like there...More

Thank Charhambone
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carolynw1948
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Response from Derrick A | Reviewed this property |
Hello, and thank you for asking. Unfortunately, I do not work at the museum so I can not answer your questions. Best that I can do for now anyway is to suggest that you Google them. I'm sure that their hours are online... More
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