The Bronzeville Children's Museum is the first and only African American children's museum in the country for ALL children ages 3 - 9. The hands-on exhibits highlights the history, culture and contributions of African Americans. Current tours are : " You Are What You Eat", "STEM Rocks" and "African American Inventors Changing Lives."
Special admission discount. Two admissions for the price of one admission.
Celebrating 20th Anniversary with special programs. Please contact us for additional information.bronzevillechildrensmuseum.com »
Chicago Children’s Museum is where families are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play. The museum features three vibrant floors and more than 15 interactive exhibits and daily programming centered on play-filled experiences that tap into how children learn. The museum is the ideal entrée to the culture of museum-going for families with children ranging in age from infancy through early elementary school.
$2 off all regular priced admission for adults and children (over the age of 1 year old) every day during Museum Week.chicagochildrensmuseum.org »
Through the interdisciplinary lens of art, DPAM provides a platform to engage with each other, collectively and individually, toward the goal of social justice. DPAM promotes excellence, innovation, and the art of our time as fundamental to lifelong learning by fostering curiosity, creativity, visual literacy and critical thinking.museums.depaul.edu »
Explore the Gilded Age at Glessner House Museum completed in 1887 on historic Prairie Avenue, home to Chicago’s millionaires in the late 19th century. The design of this National Historic Landmark, designed by H. H. Richardson, influenced generations of architects that followed, from Louis Sullivan to Frank Lloyd Wright. The interior features an abundance of original furnishings including pieces by Isaac Scott, William Morris, William de Morgan, Herter Brothers, and A. H. Davenport.
25% discount on tickets to regular public toursglessnerhouse.org »
The Haitian American Museum of Chicago, also known as “HAMOC” is the first Haitian museum in the Midwest and the second in the United States. It is dedicated to sharing the art, culture, history, Vodou religion, society of Haiti and Haitian Americans and inspiring appreciation of the achievements , contributions and experiences of Haitians, Haitian Americans. HAMOC provides presentations, lectures, exhibits, and seminars on the art, culture and history of past and current events of Haiti.
Heritage Museum of Asian Art showcases a wide range of art forms, spanning many cultures and time periods of Asia. The museum’s collection includes archaic and modern jades, Neolithic pottery, imperial porcelains, Chinese snuff bottles, scholar’s objects, textiles, furniture, bronzes and more. A large selection of Chinese Han and Tang dynasty sculpture is currently on long term loan to the museum and on display.
Established in June 1991, Intuit is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to presenting intuitive and outsider art — with world class exhibitions; resources for scholars and students; a Permanent Collection with holdings of nearly 1,100 works of art; the Henry Darger Room Collection, a permanent installation; the Robert A. Roth Study Center, a non-circulating collection with a primary focus in the fields of outsider and contemporary self-taught art; and educational programming for people of all interest levels and backgrounds.
The Loyola University Museum of Art is dedicated to exploring, promoting, and understanding art and artistic expression that illuminates the enduring spiritual questions of all cultures and societies. The Loyola University Museum of Art reflects the University’s Jesuit identity and is dedicated to helping people of all creeds to explore their faith and spiritual quest.
The Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago (MoCP) is a stimulating and innovative forum for the collection, creation, and examination of contemporary imagemaking in its camera tradition and in its expanded vocabulary of digital processes. The MoCP seeks to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the artistic, cultural, and political implication of the image in our world today.
20% off all publicationsmocp.org »
Through its arts, educational programs and permanent collection, the Swedish American Museum interprets the immigrant experience for children and adults, while promoting an appreciation of contemporary Swedish-American culture. The Museum has been active for 40 years in the heart of Andersonville, a traditionally Swedish area on the north side of Chicago, with roots dating back to the 19th century.
Two for One or Half Price Family Admissionswedishamericanmuseum.org »