Fun Trips for all Ages
MYSTERY AT THE MUSEUM
Begin your day of fun and adventure with lunch at the Jacob Henry Mansion in Joliet, but don’t plan on leaving until you have solved the murder mystery! In 1873, wealthy railroad magnate, Jacob A. Henry built the mansion on Eastern Avenue, which then was referred to as “silk stocking row” in Joliet. He employed master craftsman from Germany along with three cabinet makers to fashion the elaborate carved interior. It took three years to complete and has 16,800 square feet consisting of over 40 rooms. Fee includes admission, lunch, self guided tour and coach bus. Also, enjoy a cash bar and a trip to the chocolate shop.
Trip: Tuesday, March 26
Cost: $78 Resident $83 Non-Resident
Time: Bus leaves Chamberlain Park at 9:15 a.m. and return approximately 4 pm.
Registration Deadline: March 5th
Co-Op trip with the Sycamore Park District
Min 10/max 14 people