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First Division Museum at Cantigny
#1 of 5 Museums in Wheaton
One of the very best and well done museums I have ever seen!
I can honestly say this museum is better than some of the Smithsonian museums we've been to.
Cantigny Park
#2 of 5 Museums in Wheaton
We routinely attend live concerts in the park and special events such as art fairs and I have toured the museums and found it all to be nicely presented and beautifully maintained by people who seem to care.
Great Museums
Billy Graham Center Museum
#3 of 5 Museums in Wheaton
This small museum on the campus of Wheaton College is a delightful small museum that exhibits the life and ministry of Billy Graham.
As a Wheaton grad I loved coming through the museum and learning more about Billy Graham
DuPage County Historical Museum
#4 of 5 Museums in Wheaton
Center for History
#5 of 5 Museums in Wheaton
Dupage Children's Museum Naperville, IL 10.2 km away
#1 of 4 Museums in Naperville
Though they live in NYC and visit the kids' museums in each of the buroughs, they consider this one special and expect to go there each time they are in town.
You can also use it to go to a few other children's museums that accept the membership.
Naper Settlement Naperville, IL 11.3 km away
#2 of 4 Museums in Naperville
Naper Settlement is an outdoor history museum that offers numerous special events, including Civil War Days, a two-day reenactment where the settlement is converted into a large encampment, featuring more than 300...
Both the collection of village shops and homes on the spacious grounds and the fabulous museum of Naperville history inside are worth a visit.
Stacy's Tavern Museum Glen Ellyn 4.6 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Glen Ellyn
In 1976, Glen Ellyn opened Stacy's Tavern to the public as a museum.
Stopped by to shop in the store for Christmas gifts & decided to ask about the museum and was told it was closed for an activity but we could possibly have a tour by ourselves.