Ernest Hemingway Birthplace
Time Out says
See where the international adventures of this lit-class favorite originated. The irascible master came into the world in a Victorian Queen Anne–style home in 1899. Though the author was oft quoted referring to the near west suburb as “a place of wide lawns and narrow minds,” proud local devotees celebrated the centennial of his birth by completely restoring the space to better reflect Hemingway’s formative years. Look at original furnishings and photos, then, at the museum, about two blocks away at 200 N Oak Park Ave, find out more and pick up Hemingway books, tote bags and postcards.
339 N Oak Park Ave
|Transport:||El stop: Green to Oak Park. Train: Union Pacifc W to Oak Park.|
|Price:||$10, seniors and students $8, kids under 5 free|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 1–5pm; Sat 10am–5pm; Sun 1–5pm|
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