Greenville, Illinois

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Greenville, Illinois

Described as a "Norman Rockwell" town, Greenville offers the security of a small town with a variety of activities, amenities and attractions in a safe, community setting. Below is a list of places to see in and around Greenville.

Food & Dining

*indicates a business that offer discounts to GC students.

Attractions & Entertainment

  • American Farm Heritage Museum - The American Farm Heritage Museum ncludes AH Railroad, Lil' Red Barn, Hills Fort, and a Military Museum. 
  • DeMoulin Museum - Dedicated to the founders, employees, and unique products of DeMoulin Bros. & Co.,the DeMoulin Museum opened March 20, 2010 in the former Greenville American Legion building. The museum is famous for its large (and rare) collection of DeMoulin lodge initiation devices.
  • Marcoot Jersey Creamery - Established in 2010, Marcoot Jersey Creamery offers locally crafted artisan cheeses and ice cream, Marcoot Jersey Creamery.
  • Greenville Town Square - Surrounded by local businesses and hosting many of Greenville's seasonal events like the Apple Days (fall) and the lighting of the Courthouse (winter), the Square is a hub of connection and community for the town of Greenville. 

More information about attractions in and around the town of Greenville can be found on the Greenville Chamber of Commerce website.   

Parks & Recreation

News

  • The Greenville Advocate - The Greenville Advocate provides coverage of local news, sports and events in Greenville and surrounding communities). It is also the oldest business in Bond County, established in 1858.
  • WGEL FM 101.7 – Located in Greenville, WGEL serves Bond County and surrounding counties with local news and country music.
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