Independence Pioneer Village
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12:37 PM on October 31, 2017
Had a weekend getaway with my love and kind of stumbled across your village. It was such a fantastic private tour with Mr. Lee. Had an amazing time listening to the History of each cabin. May God Bless your great efforts to preserve such precious times!
6:50 AM on October 13, 2015
Wow! What a busy fall in the village. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped us celebrate these events. We look forward to working with you again next season!
4:13 PM on May 5, 2014
Glad the village is open again. See you on the 17th!
3:42 AM on December 30, 2013
by the way, would you be able to email me the plot of land location where the cabin was removed from? I understand what's written on your website about it, it'd would just be cool to go to it's location in Tennessee. I'll have to stop by your place next time I'm in Illinois.
3:36 AM on December 30, 2013
John Bartholomew from North Carolina, the Revolutionary War Private, was my 5th Great Grandpa. I found that you have the Bartholomew Homestead cabin. Sad it's still not in its original spot but glad you were able to preserve the actual building. i even went to UofI from 96-2000, wish I'd known you were where you are. Thank you for preserving a piece of my unbeknownst until now family history. I am forever grateful.
9:58 AM on July 5, 2013
That would be Bob lee the owner.
2:24 PM on May 10, 2013
Hi, I was wondering who I would have to get in contact with about potentially joining up with the Pioneer Village on a project I am currently working on.
3:55 PM on May 30, 2012
Hello everyone! please join us for a virtual tour on Saturday June, 9th. call (217) 346-2016 for Reservation's. thank you!
2:17 PM on February 22, 2012
Yes I agree it was very fun!
2:08 PM on February 22, 2012
My 3 kids and I had the pleasure of attending the Presidents' Day activities at the Village. We had fun listening to "Abraham Lincoln" ( who we learned does not have a middle name!), having a lesson in the school house using slate boards, singing a few patriotic songs, a neat craft with an American flag made out of wood, and topped it off with festive cookies! We had a very nice, family time out there! Thanks!!