Plan Your Visit

Plan a visit to our museum in the heart of downtown Geneva

Located in the heart of downtown on Third Street, the Geneva History Center offers a permanent Geneva history exhibition "Greetings from Geneva", a temporary gallery that changes throughout the year, research facilities and climate controlled storage for collections & artifacts and a museum store with unique Geneva items and souvenirs.

Plan a visit to attend one of our educational programs and events or just stop in to see whats new.  There is always something going on at Geneva History Center.

Calendar of Events
Click here for our Annual Magazine.
Click here to review our calendar and register for programs.


Geneva History Center
113 South Third Street
Geneva, IL 60134-2721

Telephone: 630-232-4951

Admission $2/each, free for GHC Members
Free parking on street and behind building

Museum Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Closed Saturdays in January)  Closed Jan. 20-Feb. 1, 2014 for exhibition prep.

The Geneva History Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Geneva, Illinois, directly across from the Kane County Court House. Illinois Routes 31 and 25 both lead to Geneva from the North and South while Illinois Route 38 (Roosevelt Road) enters Geneva from the East and the West.

Don't forget
The Metra Union Pacific/West Line, Chicago to Geneva, stops a short three blocks south of the History Center.