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The National Hellenic Museum is located at 333 South Halsted Street in Chicago’s Greektown at the corner of Halsted and Van Buren.



Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday
11am – 5pm
11am – 8pm
Saturday – Sunday
11am – 5pm


In 2016, the Museum will be closed the following days:
December 23, 24 & 25 – Christmas
December 31 at 3pm – New Year’s Eve


In 2017, the Museum will be closed the following days:
January 1 & 2 – New Year’s Day
November 23 & 24 – Thanksgiving
December 24, 25 & 26 – Christmas
December 31 at 3pm – New Year’s Eve



  • Adults $10
  • Seniors $8
  • Students $8
  • Children $7 (3-12 years)
  • Child under 3 years FREE
  • Members: FREE

Members enjoy many outstanding benefits throughout the year, including free or reduced admission to the Museum. NHM counts on member support to help preserve and share Greek heritage through programs, events, and exhibitions. Please consider becoming a member or renewing your membership today, visit our membership page.


Getting to the National Hellenic Museum

By Train
Take the CTA Blue line to the UIC-Halsted station. The Museum is located half a block north from the UIC-Halsted station.

By Bus
The CTA Bus Route 8 has a stop right by the Museum at the Halsted and Van Buren intersection.

By Car
The Museum is located near Interstates 90, 94, and 290. Use Google Maps to get detailed directions from where you are to where we are.

The Museum does not have a public parking lot. We recommend visitors who drive to either take advantage of street parking on Halsted or park in one of the privately managed parking lots within walking distance of the Museum. Go here for a map of all the area parking options. Or use ParkWhiz to book a parking spot online.


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Bank of America cardholders receive one free admission on the first full weekend of every month with current Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit. Photo ID required.

American Alliance of Museums (AAM) and American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) members receive one free admission with current member cards. Photo ID required.