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The Arlington Heights Historical Museum [IL]

The Arlington Heights Historical Museum presents the history of Arlington Heights, Illinois. The complex includes the 1882 Victorian Frederick W. Müller home, a coach house, a 1906 soda factory, the 1908 Arts and Crafts Banta House, and a replica 1830s cabin. The Banta House displays dolls and dollhouses.

The museum offers exhibits, dioramas, period rooms, period carpentry and blacksmith shops, research library access, guided tours, self-guided tours, children's summer programs, seven educational programs for students, youth programs, a Junior Historian club, and Scout programs. Groups of 6 or more interested in a tour must make an appointment. Period rooms are located in the log cabin and Müller House. The library is located in the soda factory. The website offers children's activities.

 
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