Historically important and architecturally unique, the Reddick Mansion anchors Washington Square, the site of the first Lincoln-Douglas Debate. Built in 1855, this lovely 22-room Italianate mansion was possibly the most expensive and ornate private home built in Illinois before the Civil War.
Take a step back into the 19th century and visit the Reddick Mansion, where numerous rooms have been restored to their previous grandeur.
Open for Tours from 11am – 3pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. All tours begin on the hour with the last tour starting at 2pm. No tours will be allowed on 22 October 2016 due to the event, "Afternoon Tea with Mrs. Reddick."
Closed Tuesdays and major holidays.
Adults: $8 Students (K-12): $4