Cultural museums in Chicago

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Copernicus Center

Nonprofit cultural and community center offering both free and fee-based events year round, in addition to four annual festivals.

  

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture

Kids can visit a Middle Age castle and early 20th-century Lithuanian farm house, play with dolls and musical instruments. The largest Lithuanian...

  

Italian Cultural Center

Kids can learn about Columbus, Balbo and other explorers here. There's also an art gallery on the second floor, a model of St. Peter's Basilica in...

  

National Hellenic Museum

The National Hellenic Museum has reopened in a new 3-story building in December 2011. Currently, the first floor houses the Monsters, Myths and Mortals...

  

Polish Museum of America

Ask for the Polish folk costumes or winged hussar helmet and take a picture of the kids playing dress up. The Paderewski Room was recently...

  

Ukrainian National Museum

The Ukrainian National Museum collection consists of over 1,140 artifacts including the Chicago World's Fair in 1933, Ukrainian Genocide "Holodomor"...

  

Schingoethe Center for Native American Cultures at Aurora University

One of the largest collections of Native American resources in the Chicago area, this museum offers hands-on activities for the younger set as well...

  

Trickster Gallery

Trickster Gallery is the only Native American owned and operated arts institution in Illinois and features contemporary art by Native people...

  

Czechoslovak Heritage Museum

Experience the culture and tradition of Czech, Slovak and Moravian heritage through colorful folk costumes, paintings, dolls and puppets. The museum...

  

Irish American Heritage Center

The Irish American Heritage Center, which occupies an 86,000-square-foot building on the City's Northwest Side, fosters the practice, study, and celebration...

  

 







 
 
 
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