About QuincyOn the Mississippi River, Quincy is noted for its architecture. Of interest are Huffman House, Lorenzo Bull House, Temple B'nai Shalom, Villa Kathrine, Warfield House and the Newcomb-Stillwell Mansion, home to The Quincy Museum.
Governor John Wood Mansion, 425 S. 12th St., is the headquarters of the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County; tours of the mansion and the Lincoln gallery with artifacts from Lincoln's assassination are offered Fri.-Sat. 10-2 and Mon.-Thurs. 10-4 by appointment; phone (217) 222-1835.
Visitor Centers Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 532 Gardner Expwy. Quincy, IL 62301. Phone:(217)214-3700 or (800)978-4748
Self-guiding ToursBrochures describing driving tours of historic Quincy's architecture, the Mississippi River Wine Trail and Lincoln in Quincy are available at the convention and visitors bureau.
Things to Do All Wars Museum
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