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    From World Heritage Site to the World's Largest Catsup Bottle, Collinsville has a lot to offer visitors.  Come and see the city's diverse attractions today.  If you would like to receive a copy of our Visitors Guide or other area attraction brochure to assist in your planning, please fill out our request form.

  • World's Largest Catsup Bottle

    World's Largest Catsup Bottle

    800 South Morrison Ave.

    Collinsville, IL 62234



    Collinsville is home to the largest catsup bottle in America. Dubbed as "roadside architecture as its best," the bottle is located on Illinois 159 (south Morrison) at the south edge of the city.

    The now-empty steel water tank was constructed in 1949 and restored in 1995. In August 2002, it was named to the National Registar of Historic Places. In 2010 the bottle was given another honor by being mentioned in the Twilight saga movie "Eclipse."

  • Splash City Family Waterpark

    10 Gateway Dr.

    Collinsville, IL 62234



    Splash City Waterpark

    There's more than catsup in Collinsville! You'll find surfing, swimming, and sliding at Splash City. This water park has something for everyone: Crystal Creek, Lazy River, Oasis lap pool, Tadpole zero-entry baby pool, FlowRider surf simulator, and the park's seven water slides. Looking to save? Admission is $5 off every day after 4 p.m. and don't miss Tuesday's Family Fun Nights when the park is open until 9 p.m.


    Visit www.SplashCity.org for information about aqua fitness, swim lessons, birthday parties, and special events.


  • Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

     30 Ramey St. Collinsville, IL 62234



    A United Nations World Heritage Site since 1982, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site is the largest archaeological site in America and is the home of Monks Mound, the largest prehistoric earthen construction in the New World.
    The 100-ft-tall, four-tiered platform of Monks Mound was built in stages over a period of 300 years.  Its base covers more than 14 acres and contains about 22 million cubic feet of earth.  At one time, the Indians' principle ruler lived, conducted ceremonies and governed the city below from atop the massive mound. Many one-of-a kind jewelry items, as well as educational books, tapes, games, souvenir items and replicas of objects found during archeological digs, are featured in the gift shop.