Isle a la Cache Museum

Romeoville, Ill.

 
 

501 E. 135th St. (Romeo Road)
Romeoville, Ill. 60446
(815) 886-1467
ReconnectWithNature.org
Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; noon-4 p.m. Sunday. Closed Monday.
Admission: Free

Immerse yourself in the region’s cultural heritage and natural history. This Forest Preserve District of Will County Museum transports visitors back to the 18th century when “Illinois Country” was home to the fur trade. See how the two worlds of French voyageurs and the Potawatomi intertwined. Feel the softness of a beaver pelt, see canoes built out of birch bark and walk inside a wigwam. Venture outside to see a replica of a Native American longhouse or handle voyageur tools in Traders Cabin. All of this takes place on a beautiful 101-acre island preserve next to the Des Plaines River. Nature lovers can spot turtles basking on river banks and deer wading in the water. Bird-watchers will see bald eagles and osprey circle overhead while vibrant warblers make the riverside forest come alive. The Museum has something to fascinate everyone.

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