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The Rolling Meadows Historical Museum

The 1950s House and the Kimball Hill Family Educational Center

Location: 3100 Central Road, Rolling Meadows, IL.  60008
Phone#: 847-577-7086
Hours: Wednesday, 10:00am - 2:00pm and Sunday, 1:00pm  4:00 pm
Tours: By appointment for groups of six or more.  Self-guided tour book available.
Fees: Visitors, donations accepted; School groups, $1.00 per child; Adult groups, $3.00 per adult.
Directions: West one mile on Central Road from the intersection of New Wilke Road and Central Road in Rolling Meadows.  Parking available next to the Museum.

The newly built Historical Museum was designed as a replica of the first ranch-style homes constructed in the community by Rolling Meadows founder, Kimball Hill in 1953.  Displays of donated historical documents, photos and finishings of the 50s era are combined to create authentic interior spaces within the home.  The objective was to create a museum that did not feel like a museum.  Visitors who enter the house will feel they have been transported through time to the actual home of a 1950s Rolling Meadows homemaker.  The exhibit in the Kimball Hill Family Educational Center contains information on Kimball Hill, early days in the development of the City of Rolling Meadows, and displays of 50s memorabilia.  (Handicapped Accessible).


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