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See the City

Get a glimpse of Springfield, IL by clicking on the arrows in the photo rotator, then take a deeper look by exploring the galleries below.

Lincoln's tomb
Lincoln's tomb in Springfield, Illinois. The 117-foot tall granite tomb contains the bodies of Lincoln, his wife Mary, and three of his four sons -- Edward, William and Thomas (Tad).
The Muni's Lakeside Ampitheatre
Aida was one of the many terrific performances at The Muni, which entertains audiences with the best of Broadway musicals.
Horse-drawn Carriage in Downtown Springfield
The South Town Theater
The South Town Theater in Springfield, Illinois now houses Walch Studio Stained Glass. It is no longer a functioning theater, but the marquis is virtually untouched.
Mel-O-Cream Donuts
Mel-O-Cream Donuts was founded in 1932 as a retail shop in Springfield, Illinois. This occurred during the height of the Great Depression which led the founder, Kelly Grant Sr., to sell donuts at wholesale to restaurants and corner grocery stores.
Mrs. Lincoln's Attic
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, in Springfield, Il., is a public, non-circulating research facility that contains material on all aspects of Illinois' history. The museum has rotating exhibits which chronicle the life and death of President Lincoln. Mrs. Lincoln's Attic is an interactive exhibit centered towards children.
Washington Park Botanical Gardens