War in Vietnam. Women’s liberation. The assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. Black Panthers, Apollo 8, and the explosive Democratic National Convention held in Chicago. In 1968, we saw it all.
Explore this iconic year through our special Fall programs!
Inspired by The 1968 Exhibit, drop by the Museum to discover what makes Chicago unique. Explore the city and its stories through family art projects with flower power flair. From peace sign necklaces to pop art headbands, celebrate the 1960s with your family!
November 8, 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Connect artifacts to their original locations in the city, follow clues, and share stories about places in Chicago.
Cost: Included with Museum admission. Kids 12 and under always receive free Museum admission!
Second Saturdays at the Chicago History Museum is supported by a gift from the Siragusa Foundation.