Visit Galesburg, Illinois
This imposing Richardsonian Romanesque church building, constructed in 1898 of dark red sandstone transported from Michigan, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has a number of magnificent rose windows, and is located on the site of the “Old First Church”— founded by the original settlers who came here with George Washington Gale to start a religious community and college.
Hit all the stops with Diners, Dives and Drive-Ins galore along I-74. We have compiled a list of 41 tasty choices, including 7 stops in Galesburg! From the Quad Cities to Danville and many places in between, your trip across Illinois can be a culinary adventure! Download the brochure and take a drive! Illinois has more to explore every mile after magnificent mile!