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7 Unique Museums on Chicago’s North Shore

You’ve most likely explored (or been told to visit) the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Kohl Children’s Museum, but what about the more hidden gems on Chicago’s North Shore? Whether you’re a resident or visitor, make time to visit these unique museums. You won’t regret it.

  • 1.

    Halim Time & Glass Museum

    Halim Time & Glass Museum

    The museum features more than 1,100 time pieces and more than 70 stained glass pieces.

  • 2.

    Mitchell Museum of the American Indian

    Mitchell Museum of the American Indian

    Highlights the history and culture of American Indians and First Nation peoples.

  • 3.

    Frances Willard House Museum and Archives

    Frances Willard House Museum and Archives

    Former home of suffragist and president of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union Frances Willard.

  • 4.

    The Grove

    The Grove

    An outdoor history and nature museum.

  • 5.

    Block Museum of Art

    Block Museum of Art

    The Block Museum is Northwestern University’s art museum.

  • 6.

    American Toby Jug Museum

    American Toby Jug Museum

    The largest collection of toby and character jugs in the world.

  • 7.

    Skokie Heritage Museum

    Skokie Heritage Museum

    The Skokie Heritage Museum is housed in a Historic Engine House and the original 1847 Log Cabin.

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