The Glenview History Center is a nonprofit organization founded in 1965. The Center aims to preserve, nurture, and promote an awareness and appreciation of the Village of Glenview’s local history by conducting educational programs and providing informational services to the community. To this end, Glenview History Center maintains a farmhouse museum and library, which are open to the public weekly.
The Farmhouse will be open in July on Sundays July 9th, July 16th, July 23rd and July 30th. It will be closed July 2nd for Independence Day weekend.
The Hibbard Library is open on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00pm until 4:00pm except on Tuesday, July 4th!
Please stop by to tour the farm house or conduct research in the library! Our volunteers are happy to set up viewings by appointment as well. Donations are encouraged. Please consider becoming a member!