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Memorabilia exhibits, a depository for county records and newspapers. Family history books and file folders and photograph collections. Many educational opportunities for students, historians and genealogists.
Possibly oldest double dog trot log house in state (1820). Excellent example of pioneer architecture. Annual fall festival second Saturday in October.
1852 Greek Revival Home of Lt. Col./Judge John W. Inzer. now serving as a museum.
One-story antebellum Greek Revival home, many original furnishings, rare documents. Museum sponsored by Sons of Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Located in historic district, building contains artifacts and memorabilia relating to history of people of St. Clair and surrounding counties.
The St. Clair County Tourism office is a resource for information of the county's attractions, sites and events that are of interest to the traveling tourist as well as the local residents.