Grab a couple of Maid-Rites (loose meat sandwiches), some cheese fries and a yummy homemade root beer float at the drive-thru and head to one of our nearby parks and enjoy a picnic.
About 30 minutes outside of Springfield is a reconstructed log cabin village, founded in 1829. This is the place Mr. Lincoln himself lived before he made Springfield his home.
It's a 700 acre state park that you can easily take a social distance stroll through. Check out our Stroll Through a Village blog
Open April - September this is the perfect go to for a movie in open spaces. Take a little step back to the good 'ole days, where everyone spent their weekends at the drive-in. Enjoy the movie
from the comfort of your own car.
Do you have a love of vintage gas station signs, Route 66 memorabilia, or classic cars?? Yes...then Motorheads Museum is the place for you. See signs and items from Springfield's
historic past including several items from Shea's Gas Station Museum, Texaco Gas Station pumps, Coca Cola signs and machines, motel signs and more. This is a must see for all Route 66
So it's breakfast time...what do you want to eat?? A donut of course! They have been serving Springfield since 1932. Stop by one of the 4 locations and enjoy a delicious donut!
They are also one of 13 locations in Springfield that are "Illinois Made" products.