Historic Nauvoo

Experience the lives of the early members of the Mormon Church who settled along the banks of the Mississippi River in 1839 as the people of Old Nauvoo set the stage for one aspect of prairie life from 1839-1846. Over 30 historic attractions are brought to life through year round living history interpreters and performers who tell the story of these early Illinoisans.

Phone: 217-453-1122
Hours: Summer – M-Sa, 9 am – 6 pm;
Su, 12:30 pm – 5 pm
Address: 290 N. Main Street, Nauvoo
Website: historicnauvoo.net
Nearest Gateway: Quincy
Visitor Info: beautifulnauvoo.com

Nearby Attractions

Vandalia Statehouse State Historic Site
Looking for Lincoln Story Trail
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum
New Salem State Historic Site
Lincoln Home National Historic Site
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