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The Hinsdale History Museum depicts the life of a middle class family living in Hinsdale between 1874 and 1900. Visitors are guided through seven authentically restored, period settings and small exhibit room. The museum is open to the public by appointment. Tours for small groups are available upon request.


Hours and Location:

The Hinsdale History Museum is open by appointment.

The Hinsdale History Museum is located at

15 South Clay Street in Hinsdale, Illinois.

To contact us, please call 630-789-2600 or email us at


Built in 1900 by German craftsmen, this former church stands as a symbol of Hinsdale’s spirit and sense of community. It has served not only as a church, but also as office space and a preschool. The building was saved from demolition through the efforts of the Hinsdale Historical Society, government officials and residents. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, Immanuel Hall continues to serve the community as a place available for public use.

The building currently houses the Hinsdale Historical Society's offices, Archives, and the Roger and Ruth Anderson Architecture Center.

Hours and Location: 

Archive Hours are:

Tuesdays from 10am-1pm

Immanuel Hall is located at 302 S. Grant Street, Hinsdale, Illinois.

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