Museums for families in Chicago and the suburbs

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Frederick C. Robie House

The Wright 3 mystery tour of the Robie House is led by Junior Interpreters, specially trained 5th-10th graders. The tour allows kids and their families...

  

Garfield Farm Museum

Garfield Farm and Tavern, listed in the National Register of Historic Sites, is a 374-acre farmstead and former 1840s teamster inn, which offers a variety...

  

Geneva History Center

Learn about the history of Geneva with interactive exhibits.  Until June 26, 2010, visit a special exhibition celebrating the 100th Anniversary...

  

Glen Ellyn Historial Society

171 Lowell Ave. Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 (house)

  

Glen Ellyn Historical Society

The location at 800 N. Main St., Glen Ellyn, includes the History Center, Stacy's Corners Store, and Glen Ellyn Welcome Center. Stacy's Tavern Museum,...

  

Graue Mill and Museum

**Closed until early – mid August for extensive structural renovations** Step back in time and explore four floors of exhibits and learn about pioneer...

  

Grosse Point Lighthouse

This light was used by sailors as the primary navigational aid into Chicago. Grounds are open year-round, and the lighthouse is open June-September excluding ...

  

Hesston Steam Museum

See all kinds of trains, from live steam engines to amusement park trains. Train rides begin at noon and run until 5 p.m.

  

Highland Park Historical Society

Historical center with research center, Victorian Italianate House built by Highland Park Building Company, American Gazebo Bandstand and plank log...

  

 










 
 
 
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