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Carlinville is just a drive to large, metropolitan areas including Springfield, IL, St. Louis, MO and Chicago.

Carlinville area

Springfield, IL
Just north of Carlinville, Springfield provides interesting historical sites and museums, as well as beautiful golf courses and parks. Sites and events include:
• Lincoln Home National Historic Site
• Lincoln Memorial Gardens
• Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
• The Old State Capitol
• Sangamon County Fair
• Illinois State Fair
• New Salem State Park

St. Louis, MO
To the south, approximately 2.8 million people reside in the Greater St. Louis area. The city offers an abundance of entertainment and recreational activities in and around downtown, including:
• The Gateway Arch
• Union Station
• Charming parks and challenging golf courses
• A number of diverse museums and art galleries
• An exciting nightlife, consisting of a variety of fine restaurants and bars, music venues and several renowned theaters
• St. Louis is home to the 2006 World Series Champions St. Louis Cardinals (MLB), the St. Louis Rams (NFL) and the St. Louis Blues (NHL)

Chicago, IL
With 9.4 million people residing in the entire Chicago metropolitan area and about 3 million living in the city, countless opportunities for residents and visitors abound. Situated about 200 miles from Carlinville, Chicago is jam-packed with various activities to fill anyone’s day. From interesting museums to beautiful parks to an entertaining night on the town, Chicago certainly embodies it all.
• All types of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues including the famous Second City Theater
• Museums of all kinds, including the Field Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Adler Planetarium
• Michigan Avenue, also known as the Magnificent Mile, is lined with hundreds of stores and restaurants to fit every interest and taste
• Chicago boasts a variety of professional sports teams, which include the Chicago Cubs (MLB), the 2005 World Series Champions Chicago White Sox (MLB), the Chicago Bulls (NBA), the Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) and the 2006 NFC Champions Chicago Bears (NFL)

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