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The John C. Flanagan House Museum was built in 1837 on Peoria's east bluff by John C. Flanagan and is the oldest standing house in Peoria.
Follow President Lincoln in Peoria, learn about Camp Peoria and Camp Lyon, and hear stories of our Civil War veterans with the Abraham Lincoln and Civil War Tour.
Follow Peoria's history from the naughty (the 1920's, the gambling and gangsters) to the nice (Peoria's four All-American City Awards) with the Naughty to Nice Tour.
Explore Peoria's premier scenic drive - dubbed the World's Most Beautiful Drive by President Theodore Roosevelt and the oldest chartered cemetary in the state of Illinois while you take a ride on the Grandview Drive and Springdale Cemetery Tour.
Explore the darker side of Peoria as we venture to places where strange sightings and legendary deaths have been reported on the Haunted Peoria Tour.
Travel through the earliest sections of downtown, on to Peoria's Northside and discover facts about Peoria's founding father when you take the Old Peoria and the Judge Tour.
The Native Americans, the French, the whiskey and earthmoving capital of the world, the grand mansions and Grandview Drive - the River City Tour has it all.
The Pettengill-Morron House Museum was built by Moses Pettengill in 1868 in the Second Empire architectural style, the house has 11 rooms.
Historical Trolley Tours -- Explore Peoria's Past with one of our fascinating, historical tours. 2013 summer schedule has been updated!
Celebrate The Splendor of Christmas Past with a Tour of Five Historical Peoria Homes December 7 & 8, 2013
Peoria Historical Society
611 SW Washington Street
Peoria, Illinois 61602
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