Read and learn about the City of Elgin's history.
Home to artists and fine crafts people, art can be found throughout the community.
Discover a host of annual and recurring events held in Elgin. From Children's Activities to Sip, Shop & Stroll in the Historic Downtown District, there's something for everyone!
The Dr. I.B. Nofsinger House was built in 1906, and restored in 2003. It currently houses the City Administrative offices, Economic Development and Utility Billing.
Enjoy a variety of shopping and dining in this National Register Historic District that includes some of the finest brick craftsmanship in the Southwest.
Elgin offers a variety of lodging options in the area.
Located in the historic Union Depot, circa 1903, the museum includes an extensive archive collection and is the repository for historic photographs in the community.
The Elgin Main Street Board and the Elgin Chamber of Commerce host group tours throughout the year.
Located in the historic H&TC Freight Depot, the Visitor's Center was renovated in 2001, and can be found at 114 Central Avenue.