Ways to Support the Museum
The Rolling Meadows 1950s House Museum is a nonprofit supported by the community and people like you. Here’s how you can help:

Become a Member

Membership at the Museum not only supports the Museum, it comes with knowing that your monetary support is helping to collect, preserve, and present our local history. For information on Membership or to purchase a Membership online, please visit our Membership page.


100% of donations we receive go towards the Museum’s mission to collect, preserve, and present Rolling Meadows history. Your donation, of any size, will ensure we continue moving forward with the development of our exhibits, and let us continue in our Museum preservation efforts. All donations are tax deductible!

Make checks payable to: The Rolling Meadows Historical Society

Mail to:
Rolling Meadows Historical Society
Attn: Fred Vogt
3100 Central Road, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008

COMMEMORATIVE Paver Brick Program

BUILD a Foundation at our Community Museum | Commemorate your loved ones! 

Paver Brick Program Image | Rolling Meadows Historical Society

With a donation of $100 or $200, a museum supporter you can have your name, family names or names of loved ones engraved on paver bricks,

– Small Brick (4X8): $100 | Up to 3 lines, 16 characters per line
– Large Brick(8X8): $200 | Up to 6 lines, 16 characters per line

Download the PDF order form to order your engraved paver brick and complete the inscription.


Private tours are available, most days of the week, by calling the museum at 847-577-7086 or 847-254-8520 or email at

Please call at least one week in advance of desired tour date. Limit of 10 people per tour. No advance scheduling on Sundays needed. 


Visit us during regular museum hours, contact us to volunteer or to learn about supporting the museum.
3100 Central Road
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008


SUN: 1 pm – 4 pm
MON: By Appointment Only
TUE: By Appointment Only
WED: By Appointment Only
THU: By Appointment Only
FRI: By Appointment Only
SAT: By Appointment Only

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