Midwest Museum of Natural History
425 West State Street, Sycamore
The Museum’s primary exhibits consist of dioramas depicting the natural biomes of North America and Africa. Dioramas feature over 100 mounted animals, including one of the few–and one of the largest–elephants on display in the country. The Museum also houses a geology collection, interactive children’s area, and temporary exhibits in the Rotary Exhibit Gallery and Oasis Room. Additionally, the Museum is home to a wide range of live reptiles, amphibians, fish, and arthropods.