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The Skokie Heritage Museum


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A recently completed restoration of Skokie's first public building has yielded a gallery of Skokie's past. Explore Skokie's heritage when visiting the Historic Engine House and orginal Log Cabin, built in 1847. The second floor houses traveling historic exhibits.


Admission: Free
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday: noon - 4PM
Address: 8031 Floral
Phone: 847-674-1500
Our Email: info@skokieparkdistrict.org
Our Website:www.skokieparkdistrict.org

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The Skokie Heritage Museum

A recently completed restoration of Skokie's first public building has yielded a gallery of Skokie's past. Explore Skokie's heritage when visiting the Historic Engine House and orginal Log Cabin, built in 1847

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