Gail Borden Public Library – Rakow Branch
The C.A.K.E. Village
The C.A.K.E. Village is a cultural arts center that is designed to promote and foster an enriched, positive connection between all children and Africa. The C.A.K.E. Village offers school assemblies as well as immersion field trips that include social, visual and performing arts.
Designed in 1950 by renown architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Muirhead Farmhouse is the only known farmhouse designed and built by Wright during his lifetime.
River Trading Post
Our home is in a great place that dates back to 1855. You are always welcome at River Trading Post, to browse, to relax and read and to enjoy a cup of Cowboy Coffee.
Gail Borden Public Library
Gail Borden Public Library is not only the third largest library building in Illinois but is also known as the community center. The library is known for bringing in museum exhibits such as SuperCroc and Lego Architecture. What will they do next?
Elgin Public Museum
The natural history collection belonging to Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Lord was first exhibited in the Lords Park Pavilion in 1898.
Elgin Fire Barn No. 5
In 1990, a small group of individuals met to discuss the future of Elgin’s last Fire Barn, built in 1903, which was scheduled to be taken out of service
Dundee History Museum
Our mission is to inspire appreciation in our rich local heritage by encouraging understanding and preservation of the history of our township.
Bartlett History Museum
The Bartlett History Museum collects, preserves and interprets Bartlett’s rich heritage and shares it with the community through exhibitions, education, and media in order to increase public awareness, knowledge, and appreciation.
Elgin History Museum
The Elgin History Museum is housed in an 1856 landmark building known as Old Main that was once part of the Elgin Academy campus.
Gail Borden Library – South Elgin Branch
Gail Borden Public Library welcomes more than one million visitors each year