Museums in Joliet, IL

Find museums in Joliet, IL. Listings include Illinois Rock & Roll Museum on Route 66, Joliet Area Historical Museum, Art Of Breath Galeria, Mi Tinta, The H.O.W? Museum - History on Wheels and Bradley’s Brain Art. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Mi Tinta

Mi Tinta

665 Collins Street, Joliet 60433

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Studio 77

Studio 77

1311 Oneida Street, Joliet 60435

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  • 01/09/24
    Happy #nationallawenforcementday! Here we have a picture of Oswego Village Marshall Paul Dwyre , who served from 1953-1960. At that time, a police officer's salary was only $325 a month! Can you bel...
    > Little White School Museum
  • 01/08/24
    Have you seen this item in the museum? *Hint it is not located in the main galleries! The Brownie Tractor, Model B Series #124 was produced by the U.S. Brownie Co. in Joliet in the 1950s. The tracto...
    > Joliet Area Historical Museum
  • 01/07/24
    Looking north down Chicago St. at the corner of Chicago and Clinton Streets taken in 1959. #joliet #joliethistory #jolietmuseum
    > Joliet Area Historical Museum
  • 01/07/24
    It finally looks like winter outside! What better way to stay warm this snowy day than a trip to your local museum? We are open today until 2pm, and remember, admission is always FREE!
    > Little White School Museum
  • 01/06/24
    Over the past year the Vocational building located next to the West Gate inside the walls of the Old Joliet Prison has been cleaned out and set up as a collection space to house objects and artifacts ...
    > Joliet Area Historical Museum
  • 01/06/24
    Love is in the air! On February 8, come to the Fox Valley Winery and hear about some of most scandalous love stories from Oswego’s history. With scorned lovers and mysterious husbands, there is a l...
    > Little White School Museum
  • 01/06/24
    We are ready to begin demo on the interior of Casseday House. If you would like to volunteer to help please reach out. Call (773) 968-9072 Come out and be apart of history. #CassedayHouseTransform...
    > The H.O.W? Museum - History on Wheels