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National Historic site famous for its large earthen mounds constructed by the Mississippian Culture.
Although Lewis & Clark never actually visited Cahokia Mounds, there are several links that relate them to the site that you can explore while viewi...
Take a 30- to 45-minute tour of the mounds guided by a tape, or purchase a tour guide book or the nature/culture hike booklet from the museum shop ...
These tours last approximately one hour and visit various parts of the site; no reservations required. During June, July and August, tours are cond...
Join Cahokia Mounds this summer and experience our Interpretive Center with Exhibit Gallery and Life-sized Diorama. We offer Hiking Trails, iPod T...
Drive past Fairmount Park and forget about betting on the ponies for a weekend. Just up the road at Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site (30 Ramey Street, Collinsville, Illinois; 618-346-5160) on July 14 and 15, 30 Native American artists from... More »
Most of us recognize sunrise as the streak of light searing through the window blinds straight into our closed eyelids. At least once a year, though, we should stop fighting it and celebrate the dawn as the ancients did: at Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site. Not actually in Cahokia, Illinois, this National Historic Landmark is just eight miles from downtown Collinsville, the site of an annual celebration of the summer solstice. In the shadow of earthen giant Monks Mound, which rises a... More »
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