The Field Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum situated in the city of Chicago, USA. The museum was established in 1893, it is housed in a purpose-built Classical Revival style building that was designed by architect William Peirce Anderson. The museum is thought to have one of the most impressive natural history collections in the world and by doing so it provides visitors with an in-depth understanding of all things natural history.
If travelling by car, there is a car park just by the museum. The closest train station to the museum is the ‘Museum Campus/11th Street’ station, which is a short walk away. The 146 bus stops close to the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open daily, 9am-5pm with the last admission at 4 pm. General admission is set at 24$ for adults, 21$ for seniors and students and 17$ for children.