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Chicago History Museum Admission

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Phillip,  United States United States
23 Aug 2023
Go for a pleasant informative visit, I felt like I was on a high school field trip!! I’m inclined to become a member . Phil-Joy Racette
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About: Chicago History Museum

The Chicago History Museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the rich history of Chicago, Illinois. Originally founded in 1856 as the Chicago Historical Society, the museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts, documents, and photographs that tell the story of the city and its people.

Visitors to the museum can explore a range of exhibits and displays, including interactive exhibits on Chicago's role in the Civil Rights Movement, the city's contributions to the arts and entertainment, and the history of Chicago's neighborhoods. The museum also displays a collection of over 50,000 historical objects, including furniture, clothing, and other artifacts that offer a glimpse into daily life in Chicago throughout its history.

Through its exhibits, collections, and educational programs, the Chicago History Museum seeks to engage visitors of all ages in a deeper understanding of the city's past, present, and future.

Chicago History Museum
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Chicago History Museum
1601 North Clark Street, IL 60614, Chicago
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