Places to go - Indoors

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Children's Museum in Oak Lawn

The 9,000-square-feet of exhibit space on two floors includes a water area with a sand table, a tree house where kids can get a bird's eye view of the...

  

Exploration Station

Explore 10,000 square feet of hands on learning. Change the tires on a car in the Wreck Resort Auto Center, serve sundaes in the Soda Shop, invent...

  

KidsWork Children's Museum

This two-story children's museum brings children, families, and the community together to engage in fun, hands-on interactive play to nurture life-long...

  

Swedish American Museum & Brunk Children's Museum of Immigration

Located on the third floor of the Swedish American Museum, the Brunk Children's Museum of Immigration is where kids can climb aboard a 20-foot immigration...

  

1850 William Beith House Museum

Only open to public June, July and August

  

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...

  

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...

  

Historic Pullman Foundation Visitor Center

If your kids love BRIO, explore Pullman, Chicago's former railroad district. The visitor's center houses historic artifacts and memorabilia from train...

  

Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest

Focused on Oak Park and River Forest History, some exhibits may interest kids. The Children's Room is furnished with "hands-on" toys and gizmos...

  

 





 
 
 
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