Destination Museums 2015

Destination Museums:

An exploration of Chicago’s hidden and off beat museums.

Chicago’s rich and world-class reputation lend to a host of many great neighborhood and historical museums. In 2013,  the’s Destination Museums will explore Chicago’s history, artistic influence and the people that make up the spirit we know as Chicago.

Eccentric historical and artistic travel without the fuss.

Whether you’re a life-long resident or just passing though, join us as we explore the communities, the people and the traditions that power this magnificent global city.

To participate, become a member of the free Chicago Museum Meetup Group and follow along right here at the Chicago Museum Blog.


January – Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art

Neighborhood: Ukrainian Village

2320 West Chicago Ave, Chicago

February – Chicago Maritime Museum

March – Downer’s Grove Historical Society

April – Glessner and Clark House Museums

Neighborhood: Prairie Avenue Historic District
1800 South Prairie Avenue, Chicago

May – Smart Museum of Art 

Neighborhood: Hyde Park
5550 South Greenwood Ave, Chicago

June – Driehaus Museum

Neighborhood: Gold Coast
40 East Erie Street, Chicago

July – INTUIT – The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art 

Neighborhood: Wicker Park
756 North Milwaukee Ave, Chicago

August – Oriental Institute

Neighborhood: Hyde Park
1155 East 58th Street, Chicago

September – Loyola University Museum of Art

Neighborhood: Gold Coast
820 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago

October – Museum of Contemporary Photography

Neighborhood: Loop
600 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago

November – Jane Addams Hull-House

Neighborhood – Near West Side
800 South Halsted Avenue

December – Pritzker Military Library

Neighborhood – Loop
104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago