Visit Our Hometown in Year 2002
Calendar of Events

July 4: July 4th Celebration – Patriot’s Park
Spectacular fireworks over historic Patriot’s Park lake.August 1-6: Bond County Fair
Annual county fair with week long events.August 15 – 18: World Powered Parachute Championships
The best in the world come to compete in the World ChampionshipsOctober 5: Apple Day
We salute the fall harvest in this fun downtown event.October 19: Post Prom Craft Fair
Largest craft fair in Greenville.November 29: Courthouse Lighting Celebration
Kick off the holiday season with the spectacular lighting celebration.December 7: Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar
Pick up neat craft items, homemade apple butter and more at our annual Bazaar.

~ Richard Bock Museum ~ Hoiles-Davis Museum ~
~ One Room School Museum ~




Lodging In

Best Western Country View Inn
Rt. 127 & I-70, Greenville

Budget Host
Rt. 127 & I-70, Greenville

Super 8
Rt. 127 & I-70, Greenville

Two Acres
Rt. 127 & I-70, Greenville

Bed & Breakfast
Green Pastures Bed & Breakfast & Retreat
1134 Illinois Route 127, Greenville

The Rench House Bed & Breakfast

Greenville, Illinois Events & Attractions

  Greenville features a number of attractions that are of interest to all. The Southwestern Illinois Tourism Guide, says that when you visit Greenville, you will, “discover a surprising mix of sophisticated art, higher education and rural tranquility. Here, the simpler pace of an earlier time is preserved, allowing leisurely exploration of museums and historical buildings within a pastoral setting.”

Greenville has many wonderful things for people to see and do. Our historic downtown is part of the National Main Street program. Many of the buildings have been restored to their original luster and feature many unique shops.

Greenville also offers the work of the sculptor Richard Bock, who gained
fame as an associate of the 20th century architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Richard Bock Museum, housed in the Almira College House located on the campus of Greenville College, includes a collection of sculptures by Bock; and architectural drawings and a stained glass window and lamp designed by Wright.

Greenville offers a unique walking tour of the community. On the tour you will see Almira College, a stopping point for the underground railroad, the site of Greenville’s first (and only) hanging, the location of our first “lending library” and much more. We invite you to spend a weekend with us, and you just might decide to spend a lifetime! For more information, or to request a walking tour brochure, contact the Chamber of Commerce.

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