Genoa's Main Street was once a stop for the stage coach trail from Chicago to Galena in the early 1800's. Genoa has welcomed visitors and travelers for centuries and has enjoyed sharing its small town heritage. In 1996 the city became a designated Main Street Community and is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
A turn of the century depot with local artifacts, tours available.
Depicted in the mural is a road dragging contest during the Good Roads Movement in the early 1900s. A "sled" being dragged by a team of horses to smooth the road is the featured component used to tell the story.
18-hole, par 71 course.
Award-winning wines, made exclusively from Illinois grape varieties. Music and special events are also featured.
A full service florist; exceptional quality and creative flair.
Quality resale and consignment items.
A wide variety of vintage treasures and American primitives.
Home and garden accents, gifts and collectibles.
Plant and health related items organic herbs, essential oils and whole foods, for natural healing. Specialized well-being consultations, and compound custom blends are available.
Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Caual, Italian Beef, Gryos.
Quaint Victorian tea room.
High quality ice cream.
Prime rib and tavern.
Offering premium baked goods, specialty cakes, wedding cakes and lunch items, including soups, salads and sandwiches.Hours: Mon - Fri 5am-2pm; Sat 8am-4pm; Sun 8am-2pm