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Nineteenth Century Club

Address

178 Forest Ave.

Neighborhood

Oak Park

Hours

Sat, Oct 19: 10am - 12pm

Sun, Oct 20: 12pm - 5pm

Photography Permitted Wheelchair Accessible

Architect

James L. Fyfe, 1928

Description

The historic clubhouse of one of Oak Park’s most storied institutions lies behind this stately Neoclassical red brick facade with impressive columns. The Nineteenth Century Club was founded in 1891 as a private club for forward-thinking women. It's now open to all, but the mission of social and cultural uplift remains the same. The busy building is one of Oak Park’s premiere venues for educational, cultural and philanthropic events as well as weddings. The elegant first floor parlor and dining rooms provide space for socializing and meeting. On the second floor, luxurious lounges flank the impressive ballroom and auditorium--under whose vaulted ceiling 400 guests can view a performance on a full stage.

Visitor Experience

Explore the event spaces of this elegant private clubhouse.

More Info

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