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Mclean County Museum Of History

Mclean County Museum Of History

McLean County Museum of History is temporarily closed at this time. Please check with the attraction for updates on re-opening. 

National Register of Historic Places
From Kickapoo Indians to early European settlers, from the small town where Lincoln practiced law to today's thriving community, the stories of this uniquely Midwestern community are told at the McLean County Museum of History. The museum traces its roots back to 1892, the year the McLean County Historical Society was founded. Housed inside the old McLean County Courthouse on the Downtown Bloomington square where an up-and-coming Abraham Lincoln practiced law, the museum features permanent and national, awardwinning rotating exhibits that explore the history of Central Illinois. The museum also offers educational programming, library and archive resources, and sponsors many community events. Call or visit the website for more information on exhibits.

200 North Main Street
Bloomington
IL
61701
309.827.0428
jwoodard@mchistory.org

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