Polo History Museum

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Polo History Museum

113 N. Franklin Ave
Polo, IL 61064
Ogle County
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This handicapped accessible building was a gift to the Polo Historical Society by Shaw Printing Co. and houses vintage printing machines along with military memorabilia, surveying tools used to plot the Galena Trail in 1833, historic agricultural tools and many other vintage artifacts. Open Friday and Saturday 9am - 4:30 pm. Other times by appointment or chance. Tours & programs available - call in advance

Additional Info

Address:
113 N. Franklin Ave
City:
Polo
State:
IL
Zipcode:
61064
Phone:
815-946-4142
Hours - Fri.:
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Wheel Chair Access:
yes
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