Available to students
The museum focuses on educating both children and adults about the natural history of the Chicago region.
The museum's exhibits today include displays about the ecological history of the Illinois region, a live butterfly house and a green home demonstration. The butterfly house features more than 200 species of native and exotic butterflies. One of the museum's ongoing scientific efforts is the study, care and breeding of native butterflies for species population support in the Chicago area. The museum also offers more than 100 educational programs in the natural sciences for adults and children.
- Free entry into the museum
Getting the Discount
Simply present your valid DePaul ID upon entry.
You may also schedule a free class visit to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. For more information, please contact Alvaro Ramos, vice president and curator of the museum experience at Alvaro.Ramos@naturemuseum.org or (773) 755-5162.