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  • Constructed in 1839 as a one story cottage, the Lincolns lived in the house from 1844 until his election to the Presidency in 1861. Restored to its 1860s appearance the home reveals Lincoln as husband, father, politician, and President-elect. It stands in the midst of a four-block historic neighborhood which the National Park Service is restoring so that the neighborhood, like the house, will appear much as Lincoln would have remembered it.

  • The Illinois State Museum is a system of museums and galleries designed to foster an appreciation of the living world, introduce the art of Illinois, open windows to education, and protect irreplaceable state treasures.

  • The Morton Arboretum mission is to collect and study trees, shrubs, and other plants from around the world, to display them across naturally beautiful landscapes, and to learn how to grow them in ways that enhance our environment.

  • There are always new things to do and see at the Museum of Science and Industry. Prepare for your visit by checking out our fun and interactive exhibits and experiences.

  • The Adler opened on May 12, 1930 as the first planetarium in the Western Hemisphere, and continues today to interpret the exploration of the Universe for the broadest possible audience. This mission and issues facing the astronomy education.

  • One of the nation’s largest facilities devoted to the art of our time, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago offers exhibitions of the most thought-provoking art created since 1945. MCA Chicago documents contemporary visual culture through painting, sculpture, photography, video and film, and performance. Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, the MCA boasts a gift store, bookstore, restaurant, 300-seat theater, and a terraced sculpture garden with a panoramic view of Lake Michigan.

  • The state operates dozens of historic sites, museums and monuments where visitors can learn the stories of Illinois. Experience life in a frontier fort. Walk the halls where Abraham Lincoln rose to greatness. See the remnants of a Native American city.

  • Packed with everything you need to get the full experience of Illinois, the 2014 Travel Guide is equal parts planning tool and travel magazine—with special features, helpful resources and hundreds of travel ideas to plan your Illinois getaway.

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