Weld House Museum

1380 Mulholland Street, Nauvoo IL 62354 | 217.219.0188
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The Weld House was built in the late 1830s and served as the home and office of Dr. John F. Weld from 1842-1846. Today it houses a museum where each room is from a different era of Nauvoo’s history. Rooms include displays on Native American residents, including a 900 piece arrowhead display; Nauvoo’s first settlers; a Mormon display; the Icarian room; and more.

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