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Center for History


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The Center for History is a museum and education center highlighting our nation's social heritage through captivating exhibits and programs. Find stories of the 1915 Eastland Disaster, and experience life on the run following the Underground Railroad.


Hours: M, Tu, W, Sa: 10am-4pm; Su 1-4pm
Address: 606 N. Main St.
Phone: 630-682-9472
Our Email: info@wheatonhistory.com
Our Website:www.wheaton.lib.il.us/whc

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