Museums for families in Chicago and the suburbs

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Lemont Area Historical Society & Museum

This museum is in the Old Stone Church, a recruiting station for the Union Army during the Civil War. Inside see artifacts from the early 1800s, a general...

  

McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum

The McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum celebrates Chicago's river and world-famous movable bridges by shining light on their significance...

  

Midway Village Museum

Midway Village Museum is a 148-acre campus with a Main Museum Center, and a Victorian Village featuring 26 historical structures including a general store,...

  

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...

  

Raupp Memorial Museum

Experience a day in the life of an 1830s Native American child, a 1910 pioneer child, or a 1950s suburban kid. Museum features interactive exhibits where...

  

The Grove

Peek into a tank full of turtles, touch a fossil, learn about pioneer and Native American life. The 135-acre grounds have wetland, woodland and prairie...

  

Wilmette Historical Museum

The museum is located in the former Gross Point Village Hall, built in 1896. Stop in to explore more than six exhibit areas covering Wilmette and North...

  

Pioneer Sholes School

19th Century One Room School

  

Burpee Museum of Natural History

Featuring Jane, the world's most complete and best preserved juvenile T.rex and Homer, our teen-aged Triceratops. Burpee Museum showcases a Fossil Prep...

  

 











 
 
 
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