About PontiacA life-size statue of a young Abraham Lincoln stands outside the 1875 Livingston County Courthouse in Pontiac. Lincoln often practiced law in town as a young lawyer while traveling the Eighth Judicial District in the early to mid-1840s.
Three swinging pedestrian bridges span the Vermillion River at various points near downtown; the oldest bridge, stretching from Humiston-Riverside Park to Play Park, was built in July 1898 to help factory workers living on the south side of the river get to work on the north side.
Visitor Centers Pontiac Tourism 115 W. Howard St. Pontiac, IL 61764. Phone:(815)844-5847 or (800)835-2055
Self-guiding ToursBrochures detailing a walking and/or driving tour of more than 20 downtown murals and other points of interest are available at the tourism office and at the Route 66 Association Hall of Fame & Museum .
Things to Do Livingston County War Museum
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