Join Leyla I. Royle as she hosts the behind the scenes tour of the Peggy Notebaert offsite collections! The museum, originally founded in 1857 as the Chicago Academy of Sciences, is one of Chicago’s oldest institutions and is dedicated to the study and preservation of Illinois natural history. This tour will highlight rarely seen specimens from the museum’s offsite storage facility and give a glimpse into the history and lengthy collections process of the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. Space is limited; purchase in advance to secure a spot!
The event will run rain or shine.
Are there age limit for the tour? 17+.
Where do we meet? Please note this event DOES NOT MEET at the Peggy Notebaert Museum, but instead meets at an offsite facility at 4001 N. Ravenswood!
Is this ADA accessible? Limited access.
Is my ticket refundable? No, sorry kids no money back on this purchase but you can transfer it by following this handy Eventbrite tutorial.
Leyla I. Royale is an avid Chicago historian & jack of all trades. She is the creator of Chicago horror history site Dead In Chicago, which features daily updates on horrible happenings from the city's past. She works as a cellist for local & national Chicago musicians, is an employee & trapeze artist at Trapeze School New York in Chicago, has been a dedicated historic tour guide at The Chicago Theatre, & spends her Octobers working as a haunted tour guide & as an actor for Zombie Army Productions.
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