This house has been beautifully restored and really does look as though the Grants will be returning while you are there visiting. The tour guides are very friendly and informative.
The house is a lovely attraction in a perfectly charming town in northwestern Illinois.
The house is maintained by the State of Illinois so it is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. They ask for a $3 donation...I think it's a very good deal.
The Grant home tour is one of the must see attractions in Galena! It is picturesque amongst the hilly historic streets and homes. The tour persons were informative, well versed in period history, and were able to discuss the personal life of Grant which is unique from most other tours taken. Small museum is located next to home outlining important dates and accomplishments, very interesting.
This five bedroom country home is a remodeled and fully furnished old fashioned farm house. Located on 80 acres of
beautiful wilderness, complete with a pond, wonderful views, and plenty of wildlife, this property is perfect for the entire ...
Built in 1857 1859 from Nauvoo limestone, this Renaissance Revival building is the second oldest continuously operating post office in
the United States. It was also the first to be named a \"Great American Post Office\" by the Smithsonian. ...
Building History Galena prides itself in its rich history. A river town that was once larger than Chicago, Illinois with
an economy based on steamboats and lead mining is most noted for its association with Civil War hero General, ...
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