Galesburg Population: 34,861
Distance to Gailey Bloomington Clinic: 87.3 miles
Experience the historic but enjoy the modern lifestyle of a community area close to Chicago, the Quad Cities and Peoria with great accommodations for both leisure and business travelers.
Take in the birthplace of Pulitzer Prize winning author Carl Sandburg or view the childhood home and school of President Ronald Reagan. Knox College and “Old Main” is the last standing site of the 1858 Lincoln Douglas Debates.
Galesburg is a longstanding home to one of the largest railroad yards in the United States. Two area museums, Discovery Depot for children and the Galesburg Railroad Museum enlarge the rail experience and a third museum, Stockdale Soldier Citizen Museum explores the history of the U.S. Veteran.
Historical architecture is prominent throughout the area in our churches, Victorian homes and the gorgeous vaudeville era Orpheum Theatre still in use today. Our Seminary Street Historic District offers unique shopping and restaurants for all interests.
The Lake Storey Recreation Area offers family fun and outdoor adventure with a water park, free beach swimming, camping, fishing and nature walking.
The Galesburg Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is available to assist the leisure or business traveler for tourist information or meeting planning.
*Information Source www.VisitGalesburg.com
Monday - Friday
Saturdays, by appointment.