Eighteen-Ninety Sleepover

A Favorite Destination for Tourists

A nostalgic hotel in Downtown Casey, Illinois

Eighteen-Ninety Sleepover Serving Greenup

Greenup is a small community in East Central Illinois. It is located on Interstate 70 mid-way between St. Louis, Missouri, and Indianapolis, Indiana. Eighteen-Ninety Sleepover has been serving Greenup residents since 2017.

Just 10 minutes away Greenup residents can stay at Eighteen-Niney Sleepover in Casey, Illinois, and enjoy all the World's Biggest Things that tourists love to see.

Tourists will want to see all of the "Big Things in a Small Town" and the Guinness certified world's largest items: the wind chime, rocking chair, mailbox, wooden shoes/clogs, golf tee, pitchfork, key, gavel, twizzle spoon, golf driver, barbershop pole, and teeter-totter.

But don't stop there! Take some time to stroll through town and enjoy seeing the other "big" things such as Bob the Minion, spinning top, rocking horse, toy glider, book worm, birdcage, ear of corn, pencil, yardstick, knitting needles, crochet hook, wooden token, anvil, nail puzzle, big coin, mousetrap, horseshoe, cactus, pizza slicer, and deer antlers.

If you still have time left in your day, stop by the Illinois American Softball Association Hall of Fame and the Historic National Road Information Kiosk.

After spending the day around town, eat dinner at Richard's Farm or grab some ice cream at The Big Dipper.Then, spend the night in the nostalgic Eighteen-Ninety Sleepover. Check our reservations page to see our availability.

Built by the Knights of Pythius in 1890, this former meeting hall has been renovated to an early 1900s themed Sleepover.

Kimberlee Davidson-Russell purchased the building from Casey Township on February 9th, 2016.

Over the next 18 months, the second and third floors were gutted and rebuilt to highlight the building's rich history.

The rooms are spacious and have many modern amenities while showcasing the characteristics of a building that was constructed in 1890.

Stop by Casey, Illinois, and see why visitors love us for our supersized attractions, historic downtown, and our small-town charm.

Unique Place to Stay!

What a unique place to stay! I had no idea what to expect! I stayed on the 3rd floor.

The amenities were so beautiful and I loved the exposed brick and huge windows. The bed was extremely comfortable! Plush towels and beautiful soaps in the shower!

Will definitely stay again!!

—Nancy Hearn

Beautiful Place!

Went with my wife and son to check out all of the world's largest stuff.

We stayed here and we are very glad we did!

Kim, the owner is super nice and her customer service is second to none. Such a unique and beautiful place to stay.

Clean and fun rooms. Something I haven't experienced before. Cannot say enough good things about this place and Kim!!

—Jeff Schwartz

We love the 1890!

We love the 1890 Sleepover establishment. My family has stayed several times now for pleasure. The location is perfect and within walking distance of several BIG things.

Kimberlee, the owner, is always friendly and very attentive to any of our requests (including wonderful recommendations).

The place is always clean and the soaps, shampoos, etc are all high quality. The staff is helpful and my wife loves the coffee station on each floor. Highly recommended. We look forward to returning again soon.

—Glen Gribac

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Eighteen-Ninety Sleepover

A nostalgic hotel in Downtown Casey, Illinois

phone: 217.232.2959
email: [email protected]

14 S. Central Avenue, Casey, Illinois 62420

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Greenup is a village in Cumberland County, Illinois, along the Embarras River. The Greenup population is about 1,500. Greenup received its name from National Road surveyor, William C. Greenup who platted the town in 1834. Residents have easy access to Illinois State Route 40, Illinois State Route 121, Illinois State Route 130, Interstate 70