HOMESCHOOL CLASS: History of the Chicago World’s Fair
Wednesdays, Mar 7-28 | 2-3 pm
Join us as we celebrate Illinois' Bicentennial by taking a closer look at the 1893 World's Fair, which was hosted in Chicago, and brought worldwide notoriety to Illinois! In this four-week history class, we will dive into the 1893 World's Fair, the people, culture, exhibits, and disasters, including fires and America’s first serial killer, H.H. Holmes, that made it an integral (and infamous) part of Illinois history.
Holly Johnson: Museum Educator
$30 Members | $35 Public
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Tickets & more info also available at the Museum or by phone: 309.686.7000.
All supplies provided for classes, workshops, and programs unless otherwise noted. All paid classes, workshops, and programs require a minimum number of participants to run or will be cancelled two business days prior to the start date. Pre-registration required.