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  • Arts & Museums

    »Illinois State Museum, Lockport Gallery

    Featuring changing exhibits focusing on Illinois art and artists.

    201 West 10th Street
    Joliet, Illinois 60441

    »Prairie View Gallery

    An American artisian gallery featuring hand-blown glass, functional and decorative pottery, designer jewelry, and fiber art.

    916 South State Street
    Joliet, Illinois 60441

    »Slovenian Women's Union of America Heritage Museum

    Established to preserve the ethnic Slovenian heritage and honor the immigrants who settled the area.

    431 North Chicago Street
    Joliet, Illinois 60435

    »P. Seth Magosky Museum of Victorian Life & Joliet History

    This historical house that was erected way back in 1882 is now the P. Seth Magosky Museum of Victorian Life & Joliet History. This museum conserves and displays collection pertaining to the Victorian era and historical heritage of Joliet region. Check website for details.

    206 North Broadway
    Joliet, IL 60436

    »Lockport Township Park District-Gladys Fox Museum

    Oldest limestone church in Northern Illinois. Featuring special exhibits, ball rental, and the history of Dellwood Park.

    231 East 9th Street
    Joliet, Illinois 60441

    »Gallery 7

    Gallery 7, established in 2007 as a part of the Rialto Arts District, is a fine art gallery located in the heart of downtown Joliet and features the work of nine local artists.

    116 North Chicago Street, Suite 102
    Joliet, Illinois 60432

    »Isle a la Cache Museum

    Isle a la Cache Museum is a local museum that gives an insight into the trading customs and traditions of the bygone era. Period costumes, mock trading for children where they can actually experience barter system and much more awaits you here. For more details, check website or call ahead.

    501 East Romeo Road
    Romeoville, IL 60446

    »Lemont Area Historical Society Museum

    Built in 1861, the Lemont Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic landmark on Lemont Street in Lemont, Illinois. It holds significance by being a community activities center, and was also used as a recruiting depot during World War I. The architecture of the building finds inspiration in that of New England Churches replete with a bell tower and spire. It was listed on the National Register in 1986.

    306 Lemont Street
    Lemont, IL 60439

    »Naper Settlement

    A 12 acre (4.85 hectares) outdoor history museum in Naperville, Illinois, The Naper Settlement consists of 30 historical buildings and structures, including the Martin Mitchell Mansion, a 12 room house and a schoolhouse. What sets this place apart from other museums is the highly interactive participation here, as guides are dressed in period costumes, even adopting the accents of those times, making the experience a lot more realistic. There are also frequent re-enactments of historical events and battles and other themes like Haunted Nights. The place is a delight for kids, who get to learn while having fun.

    523 South Webster Street
    Chicago, IL 60540

    »DuPage Children's Museum

    The DuPage Children's Museum uses play to stimulate interest among children in maths, science and the arts. The museum offers creative programs for schools, parents and teachers. Children have access to the exhibits and can play games. Adults and parents can use the library for reading and study material and books on child rearing and positive parenting. Explore their store to buy educational gifts and toys.

    301 North Washington Street
    Naperville, IL 60540

    »Aurora Regional Fire Museum

    Located in a historic 1894 fire station, the Aurora Regional Fire Museum preserves and promotes the history of fire departments in the city. Artifacts and memorabilia are on display, as well as interactive exhibits that educate and entertain children and adults alike. They also organize workshops in fire safety and prevention. The museum is open for walk-in visitors from Thursdays to Saturdays between 1:00p to 4:00p.

    53 North Broadway Street
    Aurora, IL 60507

    »Aurora Art and History Center

    Formed in 1906 to preserve and promote the history of Aurora, this museum contains three floors of changing exhibitions, as well as a great collection of photographs, books, maps, and other memorabilia. A museum and gift shop which carries an array of historic and art gifts is also on site.

    20 East Downer Place
    Aurora, Illinois 60505
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