1785 South Eastwood Drive , Woodstock, IL, US, 60098

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Old Courthouse Arts Center

    The Old Court House Arts Center is a consignment gallery showing contemporary artists from Illinois and Wisconsin. There are five large gallery rooms used for rotating exhibits, as well as full time artists whose works show in both the shop and the main galleries. A variety of media is shown including: jewelry, wearable and useable art (such as purses and scarves) ceramics, paintings (in all media), sculptures, dolls, drawings and mixed media pieces.

    101 North Johnson Street
    Woodstock, Illinois 60098

    »Chester Gould - Dick Tracy Museum

    Visit the Chester Gould-Dick Tracy Museum, where the work, achievements and the life of Chester Gould (1900-1985), creator of the "Dick Tracy" comic strip and character are displayed, promoted and honored. The museum also preserves the legacy of Dick Tracy and the heritage of the comic strip. The museum features Chester Gould's original artwork, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and drawing board and chair. The "Crimestopper Club Room," is filled with child-friendly hands-on exhibits including forensics, identification measures and drawing techniques.

    101 North Johnson Street
    Woodstock, Illinois 60098

    »Jailhouse Potters

    Jailhouse Potters gallery is housed in in the lower level of the Sheriff's House. You can still see some of the old cell structures in the shop, from when criminals were held there, around the turn of the century. The shop displays the work of local potters, whose techniques and designs provide a variety of pieces to choose from. Jailhouse Potters also features alternatively fired (i.e. Raku or Pit fired) pieces. Pottery classes are also offered.

    103 North Johnson Street
    Woodstock, Illinois 60098

    »Challenger Learning Center

    The Challenger Learning Center is an interactive learning center that enhances mathematics, science and technology education as participants work together to accomplish a mission. A circular orientation room with a "Galaxy" dome ceiling, a replica of NASA's Johnson Space Center Mission Control room, a transport corridor with an airlock, International Space Station simulator, and interactive exhibt area all add to the experience. School-based missions, public programs, summer camps, birthday missions, family missions, and corporate missions are offered.

    222 Church Street
    Woodstock, Illinois 60098

    »Volo Auto Museum

    The Volo Auto Museum was founded in 1960, and as the name suggests it is dedicated to cars. From Hollywood to vintage, the entire range is on display at this museum. The unique thing about the museum is that it also dabbles in car dealership.

    27582 Volo VIllage Road
    Volo , IL 60073

    »Lake County Discovery Museum

    The Lake County Discovery Museum in Wauconda offers a blend of knowledge and information on history, art and popular culture. Established in 1976, it welcomes nearly 45,000 visitors per year. A distinctive feature of the museum is that it explains the history of Lake County in a simple and enjoyable atmosphere. There are enthralling special exhibits organised occasionally to depict the heritage of the region.

    27277 Forest Preserve Road
    Wauconda , IL 60084

    »JFK Health World

    85,000 square feet of fun and education.

    1301 South Grove Avenue
    Barrington, Illinois 60010

    »Hemmens Cultural Center

    A 1,200 seat theater and 11,300 square foot exhibition hall.

    150 Dexter Court
    Elgin, Illinois 60120

    »Elgin Area Historical Society Museum

    The original 1856 Elgin Academy.

    360 Park Street
    Elgin, Illinois 60120

    »Elgin Public Museum

    The Elgin region of Illinois is bequeathed with a fine historic site in the form of the distinct Elgin Public Museum of Natural History and Anthropology in Lords Park. It is a small natural history museum which was actively constructed in 1907. It was initially called the Lord Memorial Museum and was opened as the Elgin Audubon Museum in 1920. It swanks of being the oldest museum building in Illinois as such. It is inclusive of an array of exhibits like the Mazon Creek fossils, Native American lifeways, endangered species as well as Ice Age mammals. A visit to this museum is worth it. 

    225 Grand Boulevard
    Elgin, IL 60120
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