Midway Village Museum

FROM THE Arts and Enrichment

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, hardware store, print shop, blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, town hall, police station, plumbing shop, bank, hotel, hospital, fire station, church, barbershop, law office, two barns, and four farmhouses. The Village is representative of a typical rural town in Northern Illinois at the end of the 19th century.