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Chicago History Museum

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Founded in 1856, the Chicago History Museum is home to more than 22 million artifacts, documents, photographs and a world-renowned costume collection blown in from the city's past. Located in Lincoln Park, the beloved museum is home to several galleries and interactive exhibits where visitors can discover the fascinating history of a city that grew from a 19th-century trading outpost to a bustling, youthful town that hosted the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893 to the Chicago we know today. No matter your age or interest, the Chicago History Museum has something for everyone. Psst: Admission includes access to all exhibitions in the museum, including audio tours. Children 12 and under and Illinois residents 18 and under snag free admission daily.




Address: 1601 N Clark St
Cross street: at North Ave
Transport: El: Brown,Purple (rush hrs) to Sedgwick. Bus: 22, 36, 72, 73.
Price: $19; seniors and students $17; members, kids 12 and under free
Opening hours: Mon, Wed–Sat 9:30am–4:30pm; Tue 9:30am–9pm; Sun noon–5pm
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