Warrenville & The American Civil War

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Warrenville Historical Society

Where History Rocks!

Visit the Museum

Summer Hours:

Wednesdays 1-4pm

Sundays 1-4pm

Also by appointment.

Albright Building
3 S 530 Second Street
Warrenville, IL 60555
630-393-4215

info@warrenvillehistorical.org
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 311
Warrenville, IL 60555

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Home Visit Exhibits
What You'll See

Albright BuildingThe Albright Building is the home of the Warrenville Historical Society. It houses a collection of exhibits and an Art Gallery. Scroll down to get descriptions and photos  of the exhibits.

Coming Soon - A new Exhibit:
The Albright Building 
The Journey
from Methodist Church to Museum

 



1850's School Room
Visit an 1850's school room and learn about Warrenville schools.  See quill pens,
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Art Gallery
The museum boasts an art gallery including paintings by Adam and Malvin Albright and many artifacts
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Household Gadgets
Household gadgets of the late 1800's and early 1900's are featured in a hands on interactive exhibit
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Native American Artifacts
Native American artifacts are among the most popular exhibits. It features Madison points,
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Railroad Artifacts
See our exhibit featuring artifacts from the Chicago, Aurora, and Elgin Railroad
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Victorian Parlor and Bedroom Displays
Visit a Victorian Parlor and Bedroom from the 1890's. In the bedroom, see the
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World War II Exhibit
Our World War II Exhibit features photos of men who left Warrenville to serve during WW II. 
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