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Aurora, Illinois
Art
Aurora, Illinois
History, Specialized
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum is located in Aurora's old Central Fire Station. The museum is open to the public regular hours, and features a variety of interactive exhibits designed to educate and entertain children, families, and firefighters.
Aurora, Illinois
Bolingbrook, Illinois
History, Historical Society
Joliet, Illinois
Art, Historic House
Calmer House Gallery is established within Joliet's East Side National Register Historic District in a late 19th century structure where contemporary artistic visions can be seen in a traditional aesthetic setting. Our goal is to provide a venue for both established and emerging members of the photographic arts community.
Lockport, Illinois
Lockport, Illinois
History
Lockport, Illinois
History, Park
Lockport, Illinois
Park
Lockport, Illinois
Art, Culture, History
The Lockport Gallery features changing exhibitions of art created by past and contemporary Illinois artists and artisans. Paintings, drawings, sculptures, quilts, and other decorative and ethnographic arts are showcased in rotating, theme-based exhibitions augmented by interpretive materials.
Romeoville, Illinois
History
Joliet, Illinois
Art, History
Joliet, Illinois
History
Joliet, Illinois
Art, Culture, General, History, University
Romeoville, Illinois
History
Oswego, Illinois
History, Historical Society
The Little White School Museum is located in a restored former Methodist-Episcopal Church and community elementary school. Permanent exhibits tell the story of the 68 square miles inside the Oswego School District. Seasonal temporary exhibits enhance the museum experience, while the community archives are a valuable resource for historians, genealogists and others.
Lockport, Illinois
Park
Lemont, Illinois
History, Library
Oswego, Illinois
History
Jolliet, Illinois
History
This new museum is organized to focus on Victorian life, Joliet history in honor of local historian P. Seth Magosky who died suddenly at age 39.
Joliet, Illinois
Nature Centers
Plainfield, Illinois
Art, History, Historical Society
Joliet, Illinois
Art
Romeoville, Illinois
Historical Society
The Romeoville Area Historical Society collects and displays information and artifacts from Romeoville, Bolinbroook and rural DuPage Township, specializing in the early farming community, one-room schools, the first 45/15 all-year school district and Hampton Park where houses were "built in a day".
Joliet, Illinois
Art, Children's, Culture, History, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
The SWUA, (now SUA) Slovenian Heritage Museum located on Historic Route 66, in Joliet, Ill., was founded in 1978 by Irene M. Odorizzi. The Musuem was dedicated in 1983. Dedicated members from Joliet Branch #20 made this possible. Branches and members throughout the U.S. have contributed to the displays and exhibits, either monetarily or with artifacts.
Lockport, Illinois
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Will County Historical Museum and Research Center allows public access to information and research on the history of Will County and the Illinois & Michigan Canal. We welcome anyone to visit and explore our museum, exhibits, and archives.
Lockport, Illinois
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
In 1837, the town of Lockport was laid out by the Illinois and Michigan Canal commissioners, and an office was constructed and became headquarters for administrative of the waterway. The office played a central role in the design, financing, and construction of the I & M Canal, which connected the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico.
Joliet, Illinois
Park
Woodridge, Illinois
History, Historical Society