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McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum

445 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago 60611
(312) 222-4860

The McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum is the nation's first museum dedicated to helping people - especially teenagers - understand freedoms, with a focus on those guaranteed by the First Amendment.

The Museum houses highly interactive exhibits that not only display images, but also engage visitors to make choices, express their opinions, explore their own limits and compare views in a compelling and fun way. While the museum's story is grounded in history, its overall thrust is on contemporary issues - creating a unique experience. Whether listening to banned music, viewing T-shirts used by kids to protest at school or reading about freedom in other countries, visitors are encouraged to explore freedom in a relevant and unbiased context that allows them to reach their own conclusions.


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