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Fort Hill Heritage Museum

Preserving Mundelein’s Rich Heritage

Fort Hill Heritage Museum is operated by The Historical Society of the Fort Hill Country in cooperation with Mundelein Park & Recreation District. It rests in Lions Field, a quaint two-acre neighborhood park located a short distance from picturesque downtown Mundelein. This museum is free and open to the public. It hosts visitors of all ages and welcomes students and groups for tours, historical presentations and special celebrations. Large groups are encouraged to call to arrange a convenient time to enjoy.

The museum functions as an educational connection, highlighting Mundelein and its many exciting points of interest. Exhibits include artifacts from Diamond Lake, a resort getaway of the 1900s with the former Ray Brothers Pavilion. The museum also features antique furnishings and other items which create a fascinating snapshot of life in the community and from around Lake County.

To learn more, click here:

http://www.mundeleinparks.org/Parks-Facilities/pdfs/WebMuseumBrochure.pdf

http://mundeleinparks.org/Parks-Facilities/Fort-Hill-Heritage-Museum.asp