0e37aa78df815c9eabbbd6edc2d4b3e600bd787eTaking it to the Streets! The DuSable Mobile Museum

The Mobile Museum is closed for the cold season. It will be available for reservations beginning April 2019.

We’re delivering African American history to your doorstep! Experience this American history through engaging exhibits and captivating story adventures! The DuSable Mobile Museum is a traveling, interactive exhibit which explores the life and times of Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, an African Haitian, who in 1779 became the first non-native person to establish a permanent settlement in Eschikagou (“the place of smelly onions”), which we now call Chicago. The DuSable Mobile Museum also offers accompanying educational programming options to enhance this unique learning experience.

Cost: $125/hour

To reserve the mobile, please fill out the form below. Any additional questions, please contact Chip Moody at cmoody@dusablemuseum.org.

Funding for The DuSable Mobile Museum has been graciously provided by The DuSable Museum of African American History’s Women’s Board, The Field Foundation, PNC Bank, Arie & Ida Crown Memorial Foundation and The Alvin Marley Foundation.

  • Mobile Museum Reservation

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  • minimum of 2 hours; maximum of 6 hours
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