The exhibit tells a fashion story in three parts through the lenses of the Johnson Publishing Company (publishers of Ebony), Eunice Johnson who was an executive there, and a slew of iconic looks from Christian Dior, Balizza, Pierre Cardin, and more.
Butterfly habitat; displays on regional ecosystems.
See chicagohistory.org for schedule and details.
The first el train car, Abraham Lincoln's deathbed, dioramas of the Great Chicago Fire and the Sauganash Tavern, and a kids' exhibit focusing on body's five senses as tools for learning about the city.
works by collaborative design company Harley & Boss
An exploration of the history of 150 years of LGBTQ Chicagoans. Preview reception Fri 5/20, 6-9 PM, $75. Opening day celebration with performances by the Windy City Cowboys and others, Sat 5/21, 11 AM-4 PM.
Permanent exhibit examining historical fights for freedom under the premise that "the United States has been shaped by conflicts over what it means to be free."