• At Allerton,
    a world of natural beauty
    awaits you

  • Experience
    the tranquility
    of Allerton Park

  • Discover Allerton:
    more than meets
    the eye

  • A place to work
    on your business,
    not in it

  • The ideal place
    to host your
    dream wedding

  • When
    a memorable place
    matters most

  • The perfect getaway
    isn't as far away
    as you think.

 

THE GARDENS

Befitting a splendid Georgian manor house, the formal gardens feature extensive plantings and over 100 ornaments and sculptures to discover.

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MEETINGS

Inspire attendees in meetings, conferences and retreats to think most creatively, learn most efficiently and perform most effectively in this pristine, tranquil setting.

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WEDDINGS &
SPECIAL EVENTS

The Mansion and Allerton Park offer an unforgettable setting for weddings and special events where memories of place matter most.

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NATURAL AREAS

One of the Seven Wonders of Illinois, The Park consists of over 1,500 acres, including the Sangamon River, floodplains, lowland and upland forests, a meadow, a 30-acre demonstration prairie and over 14 miles of hiking trails.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Community Yoga

    OCT 08, 2016|9:00AM – 10:00AM

    Allerton provides the perfect setting to relax and unwind, while strengthening your mind, body, and spirit. All levels are welcome ...

  • Volunteer Orientation

    OCT 15, 2016|9:00AM – 10:00AM

    This informational volunteer orientation is open to the public and great for anyone interested in volunteering at Allerton. You can ...

  • Third Saturday Garden Tour

    OCT 15, 2016|10:00AM – 11:00AM

    Allerton Park has 14 formal gardens, created by Robert Allerton between 1899 and 1946. Join one of our Third Saturday ...

  • Fall Color Tree Hike

    OCT 22, 2016|9:00AM – 12:00PM

    Enjoy the fall colors of Allerton Park's Lost Garden Area. Learn how to identify our native trees by their fall ...

  • An Evening with Poe

    OCT 30, 2016|7:00PM – 9:00PM

    "While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping..." Listen to haunting stories and poems from Edgar Allan Poe ...