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New Attractions in BN

In with the new! Check out the newest attractions in BN.


Destihl Brewery

Destihl’s 6,700-sq. ft. facility features bottles and draft releases of pilot, experimental and barrel-aged beers, which pairs well with its menu of bold flavored, American-inspired pub fare. Want a more in-depth look at the brewery? Tours are also available.

Ryburn Place

You can get your kicks on Route 66 at the new Ryburn Place, which was formerly known as Sprague’s Super Service. Originally built in the 1930s, it served as a gas station and garage to meet the needs of travelers on Route 66. The building has been completely restored and now houses Ray’s Coffee Shop, Hazel’s Tea Room and Bill’s Garage Theatre.

Bike Share 309
Quick, easy and affordable, Bike Share 309 gives you the opportunity to easily explore our community with a quick touch of your phone. You’ll have access to 49 bikes across nine different stations. Download the Zagster mobile app or join online at

  • $1/half hour
  • $15 annual membership for those with an ISU, IWU, Advocate, or Town of Normal email address
  • $30 annual membership for everyone else (Annual memberships include the first hour free per ride)

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