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Scoville Square


category : Architecture
Scoville Square was designed by E.E. Robers and is one of the few examples of Prairie style architecture applied to commercial buildings. Ideal atmosphere for social and business fundraisers and receptions.


Hours: Call for availability
Address: 137 N. Oak Park Ave.
Phone: 708-383-3733

Come visit us in Oak Park, Illinois

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lake Theatre

On April 11, 1936, the Lake Theatre opened with a single screen, and a seating capacity of 1,420. Designed by world-renowned architect Thomas Lamb, the Lake is a prime example of art deco style. When Classic Cinemas took over the Lake in 1981

Oak Park, IL Historic Theatres

Historic Pleasant Home

Explore the opulent 30-room mansion designed by prominent Prarie School architect, Geroge H. Maher. Located on the second floor of Pleasant Home, the Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest Museum includes a period bedroom, children'

Oak Park, IL Historic Homes

The Cheney Mansion

One of Oak Park's finest showplaces, The Cheney Mansion, 12,000 sq ft mansion on 2 1/2 acres, is available for special events, corporate and private. The 1970 Survey of Historic Buildings in Oak Park describes the Mansion as a "

Oak Park, IL Historic Homes


Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio

This unusual complex served as Wright's private residence and studio from 1889-1909. Here he raised his 6 children. He designed 25

Oak Park, IL Famous Homes

Things to do Architecture near Oak Park, IL

Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple

Unity Temple is the last surviving major public building of Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School period. It is considered one ...

River Forest Methodist Church

River Forest Methodist Church is the first stop of the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trusts' River Forest Walking Tour....

The Arts Center

A magnificent neoclassical building and architectural gem. 700 seat auditorium ideal for meetings, retreats, lectures, recept...

Scoville Square

Scoville Square was designed by E.E. Robers and is one of the few examples of Prairie style architecture applied to commercia...