Stockton Heritage Museum

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    The Stockton Heritage Museum is a nonprofit organization, whose mission is to collect and preserve the oral, written, and pictorial memoirs and data of the past, relating to Stockton and Northwestern Illinois; to assemble and display artifacts that provide a window into Stockton’s past; to encourage and aid individuals interest in historical research; and to present programs that share the stories and rich history of Stockton and the area.

    Exhibits include the Chicago Great Western Railroad, N-scale model trains, Kraft Foods History and History of the Stockton area.

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     107 W Front Ave
    United States
    Time: Saturdays from May through Oct. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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Place Category: Attractions, Family Friendly, Museums & History, and StocktonPlace Tags: Group-Friendly, Jo Daviess County, Museum, Stockton IL, and Wi-Fi