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Chicago Sights

Clarke House Museum

Updated 06/11/2013

Fodor's Review

This Greek Revival structure dates from 1836, making it Chicago's oldest surviving building. It's a clapboard house in a masonry city, built for Henry and Caroline Palmer Clarke to remind them of the East Coast they left behind. The Doric columns and pilasters were an attempt to civilize Chicago's frontier image. The everyday objects and furnishings inside evoke a typical 1850s–60s middle-class home. Tours begin at the Glessner House, nearby.

Sight Information

Address:

1827 S. Indiana Ave., Chicago, Illinois, 60616, USA

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Phone:

312-326–1480

Sight Details:

  • $10, $15 combo ticket with Glessner House, free Wed.
  • Tours: Wed.–Sun. at noon and 2

Updated 06/11/2013

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