The Jane Addams Hull-House Museum at the University of Illinois at Chicago welcomes both self-guided visitors and those desiring a guided tour. The museum has materials suitable for all age groups, from elementary school students through adults.
The museum consists of two buildings: the Hull Home, which features exhibitions about the history of Hull-House, and the Residents’ Dining Hall, which holds an event space, the museum’s gift shop, and staff offices.
Pride Month: Gender and Sexuality Tours
Join us this Pride Month and explore early 20th century stories of gender non-conformity, diverse definitions of family and friendship, and fierce self-expression. Hull-House was world-renowned for supporting immigrant rights and world peace, but did you know it was also a space for same-sex love, partnership, and relationships? We will consider how history connects with today’s struggles for social justice and how we might expand our own notions of gender and sexuality. Beginning June 6, join us for a free tour at 1:00 PM on Wednesdays throughout the month of June.
Public Tours are offered every Wednesday and Sunday from 1-2pm.
Please note that public tours can only accommodate a maximum of 25 visitors and the latest admittance time is 1:15pm. For more information, please visit the Hours and Admission page.
Self-guided visitors should schedule at least one hour to view the museum. Self-guided groups of more than 10, see Group Visits below for more information.
Groups of more than 10 visitors for a self-guided or group tour are encouraged to call in advance due to space restrictions within the museum. Visit Group Tours for more information and to schedule a tour. Currently, group tours are not offered on Sundays. JAHHM only offers group tours Tuesday-Friday.