Discover where President Lincoln’s sons hung their stockings for Santa and how the family celebrated the holidays by taking a Christmas tour through the Lincoln Home in Springfield.
This eatery thrives on serving up Springfield, Illinois’ culinary claim to fame – the horseshoe.
More than 600,000 visitors from all over the state find themselves in Springfield in late August each year for games and rides, arts and crafts, agriculture competitions, and live entertainment at the Illinois State Fair.
Discover recipes that use those farmers’ market finds, including squash, cucumbers and other summer produce.
The origin of corn dogs on a stick has an Illinois connection, tracing its roots to the Cozy Dog Drive-in on Route 66 in Springfield.
Taste delicious candies at Pease’s in Springfield.
If Springfield isn’t already on your list of American cities to visit in your lifetime, it should be.