Historical/Regional museums in Chicago

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Arlington Heights Historical Museum

The five-building complex and their contents tell the story of Arlington Heights over the last 150 years.  The Muller Victorian and 1908 Banta homes, carpentry...

  

Des Plaines History Center

Kids can explore the newest exhibits on display in the Visitor Center and play in the Children's Room, which is filled with games and classic toys. There...

  

Elk Grove Historical Museum

The Elk Grove Historical Museum provides a great educational opportunity for all ages interested in rural life in the 1800s. Tour a farmhouse, a barn,...

  

Grosse Point Lighthouse

This light used to tell sailors that they had reached Chicago. Grounds are open but the lighthouse is closed until June. It is not stroller-friendly and...

  

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center

Explore engaging games, multimedia, and interactive exhibits in Make a Difference! The Harvey L. Miller Family Youth Exhibition, where children ages 8-12...

  

Mitchell Museum of the American Indian

A great place for families where you can touch snakeskin, caribou fur, birch bark, turquoise and buffalo skin or sit inside a small wigwam. See temporary...

  

Wilmette Historical Museum

The museum is located in the former Gross Point Village Hall, built in 1896. Stop in and pick up a “Museum Bingo” game to play with your kids as you explore...

  

Silver Creek & Stephenson Railroad

Open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. May 29-30, 2011

  

Holland Museum

An AAM-accredited history and art museum with permanent exhibits on the settlement and culture of Holland, Michigan, and galleries that house the museum's...

  

 










 
 
 
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