Two adults and up to two children, 17 and under. Proof of valid membership and photo ID are required to receive complimentary basic admission. Special exhibitions, 3D theater tickets and coat check are not included.
Michilimackinac Historical Society curates the Fort de Buade Museum which houses 3,500 artifacts ranging from the Pre-Contact Native American period through the early mid-20th century. The Museum also owns a complete set of digitally reproduced copies of the McKenney & Hall lithographs of Native Americans.
As one of the most unique Chicago museums downtown, the mission of the American Writers Museum (AWM) is to celebrate the enduring influence of American writers on our history, identity, culture, and daily lives.
The Chicago History Museum’s mission—to share Chicago’s stories, serving as a hub of scholarship and learning, inspiration, and civic engagement—is the foundation of the Museum’s programs and events, exhibitions, educational initiatives, publications, and collecting activities that touch the lives of all Chicagoans and help them make meaningful and personal connections to history.
50. Cuneo Mansion and Gardens at Loyola Lake County
1350 Milwaukee Ave, Vernon Hills, IL 60061, USA
Photo by Shiry
Architecture & Design
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Built between 1914 and 1916, the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is a beautifully preserved Italian Villa-style home. Originally built for Samuel Insull, the founder of Commonwealth Edison, the home was purchase in 1937 by John Cuneo, Sr. On display are the Cuneos’ European and American antiques.