The Swedish American Museum

The Swedish American Museum
Mar 13

The Swedish American Museum

Free Admission second Tuesday of the month 10am 5pm at Swedish American Museum - see INFO below. The Swedish American Museum has been active for over 40 years in the heart of Andersonville, a traditionally Swedish area on the north side of Chicago. Andersonville, the Little Sweden of Chicago, is one of the most concentrated areas of Swedish heritage in the United States, with Swedish roots dating back to the 19th century. Tourists visit the area continually to sample Swedish food, buy gifts, visit the Museum, and partake in traditional Swedish holidays such as Midsommar and Julmiddag. Our 24,000 square-foot cultural museum features two gallery spaces with special art exhibits, The Dream of America exhibit, the Brunk Childrens Museum of Immigration, a genealogy center and our Museum Store. All areas are wheelchair accessible. Contact the Museum at [hidden] to reserve a guided tour for your group. The Museum is located in Andersonville, a traditionally Swedish area of Chicagos north side. The entire community welcomes Swedish Americans and celebrates the Swedish holidays. Merchants and residents turn out for the very traditional Midsummer, Lucia and Christmas celebrations. Tourists visit the area continually to sample Swedish food, buy gifts, and visit the Museum. More Info below.

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INFO: Admission is free for all on the second Tuesday of the month. Phone: (773) 728-8111 | Email: [email protected] | Website
where: The Swedish American Museum, 5211 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60640, USA map
when: March 13 @ 11am - 6pm
price: Free
category: Arts & Culture



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