Arlington Heights Historical Society (in the Arlington Room)
How to Get There
110 W. Fremont St.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
The Arlington Heights Historical Society (pictured above) is located in the northern part of downtown Arlington Heights on
W. Fremont St., just west of the Arlington Heights Public Library. Please follow the walkway along the right side of
the building to the side entrance between the Dunton Room and Arlington Room.
You may wish to refer to the
detailed zoomable map with driving directions and perhaps
the aerial photograph,
which shows available free parking.
From Route I-90
Exit Arlington Heights Rd North. Take Arlington Heights Rd through downtown Arlington Heights and past Northwest Highway
(Route 14). The second light after Northwest Highway is Euclid Avenue. Turn left and head west. The third intersection will
be N. Vail Ave. The Arlington Heights Memorial Library will be at this corner. Turn left and go one block south to W. Fremont.
Instead of turning right on W. Fremont. pull ahead and park in the lot just south of Fremont. The main historical society
museum building is at 110-112 W. Fremont.
From Route 53
Exit Euclid Ave. East exit. Take Euclid Ave. east, past Arlington Heights International Racecourse, past Northwest Highway
(Route 14) to N. Vail Ave. N. Vail is the fourth street past Northwest Highway. The Arlington Heights Memorial Library will
be at this corner. Turn right and go one block south to W. Fremont. Instead of turning right on W. Fremont, pull ahead and
park in the lot just south of Fremont. The main historical society museum building is at 110-112 W. Fremont.
From Route 14
via Public Tranportation
Take Route 14 into Arlington Heights. At Vail Ave. intersection (Citgo gas station) turn and head north on Vail for not quite
three blocks, and park in the lot on your left just south of Fremont. The main historical society museum building is at
110-112 W. Fremont.
CTA, and Pace information, including schedules, is available by calling
836-7000 in your area code.
is also available on the web:
trains (Northwest Line, between Harvard and the Madison St. station downtown)
run every two hours on Sunday.
'L' trains are available to connect with Pace buses to Des Plaines.
The following are the only buses which run through Des Plaines on
Sunday (about every half hour):
Line connects to Pace bus Route 209 (Golf/Woodfield) at Harlem Ave.
(Evanston) Line connects to Pace Bus Route 250 (Dempster) at Davis St.