Places to go - Indoors

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Aurora Historical Society

The historical society's exhibit "Entertaining Aurora," reflects on a variety of ways, past and present, that Aurorans have amused themselves, from...

  

Clarke House Museum

Built in 1836, the Clarke House Museum is Chicago's oldest home. This Greek Revival style house shows what life was like for a middle-class family...

  

Evanston History Center

Explore hidden staircases and ring the bell for servants at the Charles Gates Dawes House, a National Landmark Home that includes all original furnishings....

  

Civil War Museum

This museum provides a unique presentation of the Civil War connections between the Upper Midwest home front and the battle front. The 15,000-sq. ft....

  

Cuneo Mansion

This Mediterranean-style art mansion preserves the opulence of early 20th-century manor life and houses Cuneo's collection of paintings, porcelain...

  

Fabyan Villa Museum and Japanese Garden

The Fabyan Villa was home to Colonel George and Nelle Fabyan from 1905-1939. Riverbank, the name they bestowed upon their property, was initially their...

  

Hinsdale History Museum

The Hinsdale Historical Museum, a Victorian house museum, conveys the lifestyle of Hinsdale's early residents. Kid-friendly tours are avaiable.

  

Noble-Seymour-Crippen House

Visit Chicago's oldest home with your family this summer in the historic Norwood Park neighborhood. Enjoy the grounds as you walk through history....

  

Ridge Historical Society Museum

This "mansion on a hill" houses artifacts and costumes associated with the Beverly Hills, Washington Heights and Morgan Park area. The first...

  

Will County Historical Society

Will County Historical Society is the storyteller of Will County history.

  

 







 
 
 
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