The DeKalb County History Center, in partnership with the Joiner History Room, explores the diverse stories that are part of our county’s history; gather people together through exhibits, programs, and research; and inspire people to apply this knowledge to enlighten the decisions of tomorrow.
The History Center also is committed to building the capacity of local organizations by providing resources and opportunities for collaboration.
COVID GUIDELINES - June 1, 2021
Given recent guidance by the CDC and IDPH we welcome our visitors and volunteers and will be open to all, no matter their vaccination status.
When visiting the History Center, masks will be required only when:
- You are less than 2+ weeks post final vaccination shot.
- You are working with children under the age of 12 indoors.
No proof of vaccination will be required. We expect our visitors’ honesty and accuracy in their vaccination status and behavior.
Taking extra steps for your peace of mind, all staff and volunteers working with the public are fully vaccinated and will wear a vaccination ID sticker. Any staff or volunteer who has yet to meet full vaccination requirements will remain masked.
By maintaining our science-driven response toward Covid-19 we hope you will join us in welcoming this recent development. We understand that visitors may differ in their relative ease with these evolving changes. As always, thank you for helping make the most of what has been a difficult time for us all. We appreciate your interest in DeKalb County’s history and look forward to seeing you at the History Center and our related upcoming events.
Hours of operation will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:00 AM– 3:00 PM.
Watch for further expansion in hours of operation once “Places and Spaces” exhibit opens mid-June.
Please check out our website for specific details.
Tuesdays: 10 am - 5 pm
Wednesdays: 10 am - 5 pm
Thursdays: 10 am - 5 pm
Fridays: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturdays: 10 am - 5 pm
P.O. Box 502
1730 N Main St.
Sycamore, IL 60178
DeKalb County History Center is committed to "Inspiring curiosity in DeKalb County’s history."