The museum is located near downtown Arlington Heights at West Fremont Street and North Vail Avenue, the site of the Frederick W. Müller home and soda pop factory. The museum complex includes the original 1882 Victorian home, the coach house, 1906 soda pop factory, the 1908 Banta house and a replica 1830's log cabin.
The past is never lost-- as long as it is remembered. Towards that goal, the Arlington Heights Historical Museum collects and preserves significant materials related to our past and shares them through educational and recreational activities that promote community heritage and pride.
Location and Numbers
- 110 W. Fremont Street
Arlington Heights, IL 60004-5953
847-255-1225 FAX 847-255-1570
- Tuesday-Friday, 10 AM-4 PM
- Heritage Gallery and Shop
- 112 W. Fremont St.
View the Museum's Changing Exhibits. The Gallery is free to the public open Friday-Sunday, 1:30-4:30 PM excluding holidays
- Historical Society Local History Library
- Thursday, 1-4 PM
Friday, 9 AM-12 PM
- Museum Tours
- Every Saturday & Sunday, 2:30 PM
Groups of 6 or more by appointment.
Adults $4, Children $2
Tours begin at the Heritage Gallery.
Download a copy of the Self-guided walking tour.
- Street parking is available around the Museum with a 2 hour limit. Free parking is available evenings and weekends in the commuter lot at Vail and Fremont.