With a motto of "honoring our past, moving toward the future," Hebron maintains its small-town charm while continuing to grow due in part to its burgeoning manufacturing industry.
Although small, downtown Hebron is home to unique local businesses including a supper club, diner, and an old-fashioned ice cream parlor. The village is perhaps best known for its antique stores that feature heirloom furniture, accessories, silver, and more rare finds.
Summer months in Hebron deliver an abundance of locally grown produce, especially sweet corn. Homegrown fruits and vegetables are available at the country market as well as a number of roadside farm stands.
For those looking to experience the outdoors, the Hebron Trail runs through the village, while Hebron Community Park features ball fields and play spaces.
Illinois Routes 173 and 47 intersect in Hebron, providing easy access to surrounding interstate highways.
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