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Businesses Pinned to Map Big Map Here are 12 businesses within 20 miles of Rockford, IL 61102

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    Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum & Gardens
    (2.4 Miles)

    HIDDEN TREASURES MALL & ANTIQUES
    (9.6 Miles)

    EAST STATE ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE MALL
    (9.8 Miles)

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    • 815-229-4004
      Fax: 815-398-0095
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    • EAST STATE ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE MALL
      5411 East State Street
      Rockford, IL 61108
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    • EAST STATE ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLE MALL. Where we are making OLD THINGS NEW AGAIN, where every item has it's own story. Discover the items that fit your individual style. Conveniently located at 5411 East State Street in Rockford, IL. The mall is locally-owned by Dennis & Judy Luinstra and is the largest and oldest antique mall in Rockford. We feature over 100 dealers in a 20,000 square foot facility with quality genuine antiques. We have a large selection of vintage furniture, tools, jewelry, clothes, mid-century items, collectibles, toys, many books & so much more. Come spend a couple of hours shopping with us and reliving the past, admiring all of our amazing items all located under one roof. Make it a day, fun for the whole family. We also feature a variety of events, including store wide sales. Join us on our web page: http://www.EastStateStreetAntiqueMall-Rockford.com. Follow us on Facebook: East State Antique Mall Rockford. Like us on Instagram, Yelp, TripAdvisor & Google

      OPEN 7 days a week 10 - 6

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    Reruns The Consignment Store
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    Byron Museum Theatre
    (17.8 Miles)

    • 815-234-5031
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    • Byron Museum Theatre
      110 N Union St.
      Byron, IL 61010
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    • The Read House that currently stands on the Museum site was constructed in the early 1840s. Lucius and Emily Read came to Bloomingville (one of two early names of Byron) from Vermont in 1836. Originally, the Reads built a log home, probably very near the site of the current house. In time, they determined that a more permanent structure was needed, and Emily Read's brother, Pardon Kimball, constructed the Byron brick home for them in about 1843. This fine frontier home is one of the oldest structures in present-day Byron. The house remained a residence until 1945 when it was sold and became a restaurant and tavern. In 1988, a group of investors purchased the home, and in 1990 the Museum District was formed to care for and operate the facility. Eventually, the building next door was also purchased and an exhibit area, work spaces and archive room were created in this annex facility. Please call for special tour times or for an appointment.

      OPEN Feb - Dec on Wed through Sat, 10 - 3. In January by Appt. Admission is FREE

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