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Peorian wrote a review Aug 2019
Peoria, Illinois13 contributions1 helpful vote
If you have never seen a well kept up round barn and have an interest then this is worth seeing. The walking trails from the N. side of the parking lot was even better with lots of wild flowers and a field of sunflowers at the far N. end of lot E. Trails for hunters and not for level walking but had been tractor mowed about 2 weeks ago.…
Date of experience: July 2019
Linda R wrote a review Sep 2018
Princeton, Illinois7 contributions3 helpful votes
This beauty is a barn enthusiast’s dream. Check the schedule before you visit. Tours are available but limited. You can visit the outside anytime!
Date of experience: September 2018
illin0isirish wrote a review Jan 2018
Kewanee, Illinois3 contributions1 helpful vote
This round barn was way ahead of its time. Check it out. No charge. Just donations. Tour guide describes the process very well.
Date of experience: June 2017
Robert W wrote a review Sep 2017
Park Ridge, Illinois3,124 contributions200 helpful votes
The barn is only open on some weekends and special occasions. A round barn was alleged to have no corners where evil spirits could hide. Also round barns are claimed have a better history of surviving tornados. This barn is 85 feet in diameter and 80 feet tall with a 10 foot cupola. Call 309-721-0305 to check on availability.…
Date of experience: September 2017
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David K wrote a review May 2017
Kewanee22 contributions11 helpful votes
Barn is large and provided for full use - cattle, grain & hay storage, silo & storage for machinery. Open with volunteer tour guides on weekend special occasions. Located in Johnson Sauk Trail Park north of Kewanee, IL. Phone 309-852-4262 for tour info.
Date of experience: May 2017