This Unique Pop Culture Museum in IL Offers Mechanical Marvels and Eccentric Exhibits
The Volo Museum is the world-famous museum built on the grounds of an authentic 1800s farm, and to this day still includes many of the original property structures. The museum got its big start in the 1960s and has been a family favorite destination since. The museum features '10,000 mechanical marvels' and over 45 exhibits. The museum is located in the Chicago suburbs and is home to countless pop culture artifacts that can't be found anywhere else in the world.
Plan your visit to the Volo Museum
Admission prices are:
Adults - $19.95
Children 5 to 12 - $12.95
Seniors (65 and over) - $17.95
Veterans and Military with ID card - $16.95
Military in Uniform and Children Under 5 - Free!
You can visit their website to purchase your tickets and to check out what they offer on their 'combo ticket' prices. Open daily from 10 am until 5 pm. No admittance past 4 pm.
The museum is located at 27582 Volo Village Rd. in Volo Illinois.
Exhibits to explore
TV and Movie Cars
There are so many more exhibits to discover as well!
Lunchtime at the Museum
Showtime Pizzeria serves delicious slices of Buddyz pizza and also offers hotdogs with all the toppings and Miss Vickie's potato chips.
Grams Central Station Ice Cream and Coffee Parlor offers guests a treat for their sweet tooth and inner coffee snob. Cedar Crest Ice cream and fresh baked sweets from Sweet Rosie's Bakeshop. While there don't forget to take time to enjoy a freshly ground coffee or a fruit smoothie.
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In a Nutshell
The Volo museum has something to offer every visitor, and guests are sure to leave thoroughly entertained with stories and photos to share with friends and family. From Disney to the Batmobile collection, to a massive car collection from movies, TV, and rich and famous owners, there is something for everyone to enjoy and take away from this unique and generational road trip destination. The Volo Museum is a fantastic place to return to childhood wonder, and forget even just momentarily, the day-to-day stress of life.