Recent Updates
Children's Museum in Easton
Easton, Massachusetts
Golisano Children's Museum of Naples
Naples, Florida
Museum Vendors
Museum Arts, Inc.
Dallas, Texas
Museum Associations
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
Country School Association of America
League City, Texas
Museum Professionals
400+ vendors
Museum Vendor Directory
Museum Conferences
By Alphabet   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
By City 
  · Addison (1)
  · Dixon (1)
  · Morton Grove (1)
  · Springfield (3)
  · Alton (1)
  · Elgin (2)
  · Naperville (2)
  · Sterling (1)
  · Antioch (1)
  · Evanston (1)
  · New Lenox (1)
  · Sycamore (1)
  · Barrington (1)
  · Fulton (1)
  · Oak Brook (2)
  · Tampico (1)
  · Batavia (1)
  · Geneva (1)
  · Oak Park (1)
  · Vandalia (1)
  · Bement (1)
  · Glen Carbon (1)
  · Park Forest (1)
  · Vernon Hills (1)
  · Blandinsville (1)
  · Hinsdale (1)
  · Petersburg (1)
  · Warrenville (1)
  · Carmi (5)
  · Illinois (1)
  · Plano (1)
  · Watseka (2)
  · Carrollton (1)
  · Jerseyville (2)
  · Pontiac (2)
  · Wauconda (1)
  · Champaign (1)
  · Joliet (1)
  · Quincy (1)
  · Wheaton (4)
  · Chicago (6)
  · Lewistown (3)
  · River Forest (1)
  · Wilmette (1)
  · Creve Coeur (1)
  · Lisle (1)
  · Rock Island (1)
  · Winfield (1)
  · Danville (2)
  · Metamora (1)
  · Rockford (3)
  · Worth (1)
  · Deerfield (1)
  · Moline (1)
  · Saint Charles (2)
  · Zion (1)
  · DeKalb (1)
  · Monmouth (1)
  · Shirley (1)
Results: 1-20 of 85.
Goto page: [1], 2, 3, 4, 5 Next
Saint Charles, Illinois
Historic House
Park Forest, Illinois
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The 1950s Park Forest House Museum commemorates the pioneers of Park Forest--the residents who moved here during the first five years. In an original rental townhome,one of 3010 built by American Community Builders between October 1947 and October 1949, it is furnished as it might have been from 1948-1953. Park Forest was the first fully-planned, post-World War II suburb, and America's Original GI Town,studied around the world. Now with convenient parking in front of the building.
Addison, Illinois
History, Historic House
Illinois, Illinois
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, University
Through the exhibits, we share with you our past and present so that you too may discover the people, places and events that influenced our ancestors and continue to shape our destiny.
Alton, Illinois
Art, History, Historic House
Visitors to the Museum may park on the SIU Campus parking lot, on Seminary Road, behind the Museum. The Museum has public facilities.
Naperville, Illinois
Anthropology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
Barrington, Illinois
Cemetery, Children's, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Village of Barrington promoted itself with a great deal of pride as early as 1872, when a handbill described lots for sale from one to five hundred dollars, on clean streets, fringed with beautiful maples. The Village retains to this day many tranquil, residential streets, rich with a mixture of architectural styles typical to collar county communities, along the railways of northeastern Illinois.
Batavia, Illinois
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Local history exhibits housed in an 1854 C. B. & Q. Railroad Depot. Permanent exhibits include railroad history, manufacture of windmills and a brief stay by Mary Todd Lincoln at Bellevue Place.
Blandinsville, Illinois
Historic House
Springfield, Illinois
Historic House
Chicago, Illinois
Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Bronzeville Historical Society has presented African American heritage exhibits and presentations to all ages since 1999.
Bement, Illinois
Historic House
Moline, Illinois
General, History, Historic House
Welcome to Butterworth Center & Deere-Wiman House. These homes, which once belonged to John Deere family descendants and are now operated by the William Butterworth Memorial Trust, are located in the historic Overlook District of Moline, Illinois. They provide sites for quality educational and cultural events, home and garden tours, and meeting space for not-for-profit organizations.
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.
Wheaton, Illinois
Arboretum, Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized
Located in Wheaton, Ill., this sprawling, 500-acre park is where families wander through nature, get lost in history, play golf at an award-winning course, attend a big band concert, tag monarch butterflies, make a snow globe, take classes, introduce children to the age-old custom of afternoon tea, attend a wide variety of special programs and events --in short, spend quality time together.
Chicago, Illinois
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright are major figures in American architecture. Sullivan, Wright's architectural mentor, hired the younger man in 1887 to assist with the design of the Auditorium Building (1887-1889) in Chicago. As a junior draftsman, Wright also assisted with residential commissions such as the James Charnley House (1891-1892).
Chicago, Illinois
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House
Built in 1836 for Henry B. Clarke, the Clarke House Museum is Chicago’s oldest house. The house shows what life was like for a middle-class family in Chicago during the city’s formative years before the Civil War. Its fascinating history began at a time when family members could see the campfires of Native Americans in the distance.
Rock Island, Illinois
Historic House
Vernon Hills, Illinois
Botanical Garden, Historic House
Springfield, Illinois
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Dana-Thomas House re-opened on Thursday, April 23, 2009.
"In 1902, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to undertake the design and construction of a massive renovation of the Lawrence family home in Springfield, Illinois. The home was to be more than a mere residence -- it was to be a showcase. Upon its completion in 1904, the new edifice completely engulfed the original home. It immediately became a symbol of artistic and architectural excellence.
Results: 1-20 of 85.
Goto page: [1], 2, 3, 4, 5 Next