Thank you for your interest in visiting The Ernest Hemingway Museum and Birthplace in Oak Park, Illinois. We would be delighted to have you as our guests and have you experience the impact that Oak Park had on his life and work
BIRTHPLACE & MUSEUM HOURS
Sunday through Friday 1pm-5pm
Closed New Year's, Christmas Day, Easter Sunday,Labor Day, Memorial Day, Martin Luther King Day, Fourth of July and Thanksgiving.
NOTE: Subject to change. Please call the Hemingway Museum to Confirm
ADMISSION (includes both sites)
$6 senior (65 and over)
$6 youth (18 and under)
Free to children 5 and under
Rates as of March 2005 and are subject to change.
Group Rates & Tours are available. Advance reservations are required.
Tours of the Home and Museum reflect on the influence and impact that the family and the community had on the early life of the Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning author, and last approximately 90 minutes. We suggest you begin your tour at the Museum.
THE HEMINGWAY BIRTHPLACE HOME
339 N. Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park IL
The Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Home is a large Victorian home built by his maternal grandparents that has been meticulously restored to its Turn-of-The-Century grandeur. One of the greatest writers of the 20th Century, Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, and spent the first six years of his life in this grand house surrounded by his family.
Authentic period carpeting, light fixtures and some furniture owned by the Hemingway family, as well as family artifacts and treasures, once again have their place in the home.
HEMINGWAY MUSEUM STORE
200 N. Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park IL
The Hemingway Museum store features not only books by Ernest, but those about him as well. The Museum Store also has collectible gift items, posters and videos.
The Hemingway Museum
200 N. Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park, IL
The Museum includes temporary and permanent exhibits compiled of rare photographs, sample writings, letters and unique memorabilia collected from the Hemingway family.