The Clarke House Museum is one of those very few architectural specimens from the Greek Revival Style. This style was well ... More
Clarke House Museum
The Clarke House Museum is one of those very few architectural specimens from the Greek Revival Style. This style was well known during the 19th century. This structure built in 1836 is regarded as one of the oldest surviving buildings in this city. One can take a look at this place only through guided tours. If you are an art lover, this edifice will surely lure your heart. Guided tours are available Wednesday-Sunday from 12:00-14:00, and cost USD10 for adults, USD9 for students and seniors, and USD5 for children ages 5-12. Tours are free every Wednesday.
Designed by Solon B. Beman, this building opened in 1885 as a showroom and factory for the Studebaker company. Back
then, it made a variety of horse drawn vehicles. (An early Studebaker covered wagon is at the Museum of ...
The newly renovated Chicago History Museum offers interesting exhibitions for both children and adult visitors. Explore the city's colorful past
from its distinctive neighborhoods to its entertainment and economy in the museum's permanent collection, Chicago: Crossroads of America. With ...
From popular Rembrandt masterpieces to recent works by lesser known artists, the Art Institute of Chicago houses one of the
finest art collections in the world. Spanning centuries of human creativity, exhibits include a distinguished collection of prints and ...