History Happy Hour at the Chicago History Museum
October 16, 2018 | 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sick of the same old after-work grind? Grab your friends and head on over for History Happy Hour! This quarterly series features two drinks on us, and activities highlighting our collection and exhibitions.
This Halloween themed History Happy Hour welcomes spooky activations that explore the dark side of Chicago’s history.
Join us, raise a glass, and learn more about this city you love!
- Specialty Cocktails provided by El Jimador Tequila
• el Jimador Margarita
• el Jimador Paloma
- Please join el Jimador Tequila in celebrating the Dia de los Muertos season with live skull painting throughout the Museum by some of Chicago’s premiere artists.
- Live music provided by Lakeside Pride Wilde Cabaret & DJ Lunatik.
Murder, mayhem, and crime have been a part of life in Illinois, and particularly Chicago since its founding. From frontier justice and the car barn bandit murders to the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre and Leopold & Loeb’s “crime of the century,” explore the darker side of our state’s history with a selection of rarely seen materials from the Museum’s archives. Archivists and Research Center Staff will be on hand to share their insights into these collections at display stations on the second floor in the Elizabeth Morse Genius Chicago Room.
Discover the frightening histories behind otherworldly and mysterious objects in the Museum’s collection pulled from the archives for one night only.
Must be 21+ to purchase a ticket to History Happy Hour. Ticket includes craft beer tasting, tours, and Museum admission
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