Illinois Travel InformationATTRACTIONS: (a few major)
Illinois offers a diverse array of attractions including statewide historical points-of-interest, professional sports (baseball, basketball, football and soccer), non-stop shopping venues, summer and winter outdoor activities, a growing wine country and worldclass museums.
Some of the most visited sites in Illinois include Wrigley Field, Starved Rock State Park, Black Hawk historic site, the homes of Ulysses S. Grant, Ronald Reagan and Abraham Lincoln, and Chicago's Field Museum, Magnificent Mile and Sears Tower.
Illinois offers something for everyone to enjoy. For more choices and information, follow the links below.
- Electricity: 110/120V, 60Hz
- Times to Travel: With its Midwestern U.S. location and four distinct seasons, Illinois is the perfect destination year-round.
TOURISM SITES AND LINKS:
- Abraham Lincoln Historic site
- Amish Country
- Black Hawk Historic Site
- Cahokia Mounds
- Carl Sandburg Historic Home
- Civil War Trail
- Covered Bridges
- Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio
- Hunting and Fishing
- Illinois Airports
- Illinois Bird Watching
- Illinois Golf Courses
- Illinois State Parks
- Illinois State Tourism
- Illinois State Tourism: (800) 406-6418
- Illinois Transportation Information
- Illinois Wineries
- Looking for Lincoln (An Historic Journey)
- Magnificent Mile
- National Register Historic Places
- Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home
- Scenic Byways
- Sears Tower
- Southern Illinois Travel Guide
- Starved Rock State Park
- U.S. National Park Service
- Ulysses S. Grant Home
- Wrigley Field
United States entry requirements are the same in all states, with most foreign travelers requiring a visa. There are exceptions as Canadian citizens only need proof of that citizenship. Travelers coming to the U.S. for tourism or business for 90 days or less from qualified countries may be eligible to visit the U.S. without a visa.