Museums at Lisle Station Park

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Located in a former train station, the Museums at Lisle Station reflect on the Lisle that once was, an agricultural community settled in the early 1830s. The Lisle Park District, Lisle Heritage Society and the Village of Lisle created the museum to preserve the buildings and teach visitors about the cultural history of the town. The museum features four buildings and a retired train car. Visitors can learn to wield blacksmith's hammers, peek inside the living quarters of a railroad employee or rummage through the kitchen of a historic home. Group meetings and private functions can be held in the Beaubien Tavern or Netzley-Yender House for an hourly fee. Blacksmithing classes are held on a seasonal basis.
921 School St, Lisle, IL 60532
(630) 968-0499
  • Accessibility Details: Ramps
  • Hours: January 1 – May 30, 2011, Open Saturdays from 1pm to 4pm; June 1 – September 5, 2011, Open Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays 1-4pm. Free tours available by appointment all year.
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