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Illinois School For The Deaf Alumni Association Museum


category : Museums
The Museum follows the rich history of the Oldest School for the Deaf in Illinois. The museum has displays over 9 rooms on 2 floors. Located in


Admission: Adults $2 Seniors $1 Teenagers - College $1 Under 12 - Free
Hours: Monday- Friday, 9am - Noon. Saturday by Appointment
Address: Building #11 - Thomas Officer Hall, 125 Webster Avenue,
Phone: 217-479-4200
TTY Number: (217) 479-4200

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