The Raupp Museum is dedicated to preserving Buffalo Grove’s heritage and sharing the community’s history with everyone. This site features some of our collections (objects, archives, photographs) and online exhibits to showcase the rich history of Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
The Raupp Museum offers two permanent gallery spaces dedicated to exploring the history of Buffalo Grove, along with several changing exhibit spaces. Visitors have the opportunity to sit on the porch of an 1890s farm house, milk the museum’s replica dairy cow, try a typewriter, and peak into an old fashioned general store. Today, the museum serves as the cultural preserver of Buffalo Grove’s past, storing artifacts and providing quality educational programs for area residents.
Hours: Monday - Thursday: 11am-4:30pm, Sunday: 1-4pm, Friday, Saturday: CLOSED
Address: 901 Dunham Lane, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Contact: email - email@example.com, phone - 847-850-2135. For collections related questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Museum, visit the Raupp Museum Website
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This website is funded in part by Illinois Humanities.
Illinois Humanities activates the humanities through free public programs, grants, and educational opportunities that foster reflection, spark conversation, build community, and strengthen civic engagement. Illinois Humanities is a nonprofit organization and the state’s affiliate for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Site designed by Marina Mayne, Museum Registrar. Questions? email email@example.com.