Arts & Culture

Historical Merriments

Historical Merriments

Phone: (801) 376-9618
Email: Kimberli@HistoricalMerriments.com
Website: Historical Merriments
Class Address: Old Presbyterian Kirche 190 N Page St, Nauvoo
Information Address: Inside Nauvoo Health, 1390 Mulholland St.

Historical Dance Classes held weekly and historical themed balls held quarterly transport you back in time to solve your dilemma of being born in the wrong century. Come experience the jubilant dances of the 1700's and 1800's in a relaxed fun atmosphere while getting some exercise, learning a new skill, and meeting new people.

Cambre House and Farm

Phone: (309) 221-9803
Website: Cambre House and Farm
Address: 1 Cambre Lane Niota, IL 62358

Built in 1867 by Icarian and French immigrant Adolphe Cambre, a six room salt box home on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi river available for events.

Nauvoo Glassworks

Nauvoo Glassworks

Phone: 217-617-2332
Email: nauvooglassworks@yahoo.com
Website: Nauvoo Glassworks
Address: 1090 S. Warasw Street Nauvoo, IL 62354

Nauvoo Glassworks is a glassblowing studio and gallery specializing in all four hot glass forming techniques; blown, fused, flame-worked and cast glass. Nauvoo Glassworks also hosts art events and holds individual and group classes in glass art. Lessons are available and hours vary.

The Legacy Theater

Phone: 217-357-9479 
Website: The Legacy Threater 
Address: 1160 Buchanan Street, Carthage, IL 62321

The Legacy Threater is performing arts venue with live entertainment in a family friendly, community setting in Carthage, Illinois. 

Quarry House Gallery

Quarry House Gallery

Phone: 217 322-7183
Website: Quarry House Gallery
Address: 1360 Mulholland St Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Quarry House Gallery provides special interest artwork to the Nauvoo area residents, visitors and tourists.

Temple House Art Gallery

Temple House Art Gallery

Phone: 217-453-2787
Website: Temple House Art Gallery
Address: 1240 Mulholland St Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Nauvoo Gallery is located in the old Temple House Building in the Downtown Historic District of Nauvoo, Illinois. Recognized in the National Registry of Historic Places, the Temple House is among the city's early historic landmarks.