What’s New in Galena Country?
What’s fresh and new in Galena Country?
A quaint, yet bustling community loaded with entrepreneurs — one can only expect remarkable and innovative shops and attractions. Start planning and add these exciting stops to the ‘vacation bucket list’:
Amelia’s Under the Lamplight Dinner Theater – Experience fine dining and exceptional entertainment in a unique Supper Club atmosphere. Enjoy a 3-course dinner downtown Galena on the Historic Main Street, while professional entertainers swoon you with comedic and musical performances.
Anchors & Arrows – This family owned, small-town treasure features home decor and functions as a hair salon. Find re-purposed, up-cycled, antiques and primitives, gifts and more!
Ashton Hill Farm – Coming soon! This beautiful indoor/outdoor wedding venue opens in spring 2020, located next to Galena Gateway Park. With sweeping views of the Galena countryside, the custom-built barn has been carefully designed to capture the essential elements of successful entertaining.
Beautifully Berkeley Bouquets & Home – An intimate florist and home décor shop combining the beauty of nature and home décor. Talented florists work with brides near and far to create custom wedding features.
Chris McBrien – Galena’s Psychic, Medium & Shaman – Chris is a fully trained shaman, psychic and medium who offers individual and group readings privately as well as small or large group special events.
Fox River Spoon Company – Paul Pendola is a Galena-based green woodworking artist specializing in hand-carved wooden spoons, spatulas, and other hand-crafted kitchen accompaniments.
Jane Marie Boutique – Situated downtown Elizabeth, this boutique features the latest fashion trends for women in clothing, shoes, and accessories at affordable prices for all ages.
Joint Photography Adventures – From beginner to expert, everyone has something to learn. Joint Photography Adventures provides instruction to ensure that clients leave with incredible images and new skills
The Kindred Spirit Integrative Health and Well Spa – Enjoy organic body treatments, detoxifying foot soaks, facials, massage therapy, reflexology, Reiki, and wellness classes.
La Luna – Locally crafted jewelry, essential oils, handmade soaps, organic lotions, beautiful crystals, tiny air plants, and succulents are just a few of the one-of-a-kind things you’ll discover.
Millennium Bar & Marina – Tucked away in a slough in East Dubuque, Millennium Bar & Marina brings its style of home cooking to the Mississippi River. Not only will you find great food but they offer specialty drinks, entertainment, and Kayak rentals!
Original Goat Yoga, Galena – Goat Yoga is about disconnecting from day-to-day stress and focusing on happiness. It’s part yoga, part animal-assisted therapy featuring goats that may jump on your back or snuggle up, while you perfect your pose.
Pinder Massage Therapy – Joe Pinder is a licensed massage therapist offering professional therapeutic massage, sports massage, relaxation, deep tissue release massage therapy, and stress relief.
Pudgy’s – This family-run hot dog stand, serves authentic Chicago Style Hot Dogs, homemade Chicago Style Italian Beef, ‘nearly world famous’ Pudgy Fries, various homemade salads and fresh squeezed lemonade.
Serendipity – Serendipity of Galena carries everything from puzzles, lazy onesie pajama sets, games, fun greeting cards, and an expanded knife and dagger section. They even have a rubber duck tree!
Silver Spoon Restaurant – Located on the beautiful Mississippi River backwaters, this restaurant serves elevated comfort food in an upscale, yet casual, modern atmosphere.
Terrapin Orchards – Terrapin Orchards showcases six different varieties of apples and four acres of pick-your-own strawberries. Fun for the whole family!
The Red Goat Store – Here, you will find a little bit of everything! From Lucky Charms marshmallows to naughty paper pads to the best Bloody mary mix one will ever taste!
Valley of Eden Bird Sanctuary – This 409-acre Bird Sanctuary is Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation‘s newest preserve. Explore more than six miles of trails and search for more than 100 unique bird species that call it home.