Museums in Chicago, IL - Page 1

Find museums in Chicago, IL. Listings include Shedd Aquarium, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Field Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago Architecture Center and The Adler Planetarium. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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  • 03/31/20
    In a leafy neighborhood with nearly 30 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed structures, the house at the corner of Forest and Chicago might not stand out at first. But the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio is ...
    > Chicago Architecture Center
  • 03/30/20
    Here is a message to our friends here at our Chicago home. These days, we in the Action Center are developing new resources that anyone can use to connect with nature and the physical and mental healt...
    > Field Guides-Field Museum
  • 03/30/20
    Local distillery and veteran Open House Chicago site KOVAL Distillery is shifting focus from whiskey, liqueurs and specialty spirits to providing hand sanitizers in bulk to the medical community, reti...
    > Chicago Architecture Center
  • 03/30/20
    Excellent article on how to help science from the confort of your home. Look for the section "Compete with computers by classifying plants", to learn how you can help the Field Museum's Botanical coll...
    > Field Guides-Field Museum
  • 03/28/20
    In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’ve compiled a list of four historic, trailblazing women architects who made their mark in Chicago.
    > Chicago Architecture Center
  • 03/27/20
    Teaching Idea: Take a moment to enjoy a peek into the past and spark your imagination! A Grand Tribute of Miniature Proportions: The story of Mrs. Thorne's famous miniature rooms, a do...
    > Art Institute of Chicago Teacher Programs
  • 03/27/20
    Você sabia que além da página dos field guides nós também administramos a página chamada de Fotos de Campo (Live Plants)?. Nesta galeria, as fotos estão organizadas por família e exibidas em um tamanh...
    > Field Guides-Field Museum
  • 03/27/20
    This Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired free little library has its own succulent garden.
    > Chicago Architecture Center
  • 03/26/20
    Chicago Children’s Museum loves nothing more than bringing our community together to play and learn, celebrate and have a ball. However, in the interest of the health and safety of our donors and gues...
    > Chicago Children's Museum Metropolitan Board
  • 03/26/20
    Teaching Idea: What's your color? You can now search the Art Institute's collection by color. Think of the color that fits your mood and use the color filter on the museum's collections page to explo...
    > Art Institute of Chicago Teacher Programs
  • 03/26/20
    Part 5a – Every cloud has a silver lining Our final installments about the 1918 influenza pandemic in Chicago is a story about how the lives of real people were affected. It was October 16, 1918. Mr...
    > Ridge Historical Society
  • 03/26/20
    While we urge you to keep practicing safe #SpatialDistancing, we've never believed more in social connection. Sign up to experience the CAC at home. You'll receive our new mini magazine bringing desig...
    > Chicago Architecture Center
  • 03/25/20
    Winky Cherry, aka Winifred Houle Cherry, is the descendant of England J. Barker, a very prominent early citizen of Beverly/Morgan Park. RHS has written about the Barker family many times. England buil...
    > Ridge Historical Society
  • 03/25/20
    We’ll call this installment Part 4B because this research document is just too good to pass up. In November 1918, Dr. John Dill Robertson, the Health Commissioner for Chicago, published a “Preliminar...
    > Ridge Historical Society