Visitors Guide to the
Village of Elsah Museum
26 La Salle Street
PO Box 117

Street Parking Accessible Interpretive Exhibits

Located in the Elsah Village Hall, which was erected in 1887, and operated by the Village of Elsah and the Historic Elsah Foundation, the Village of Elsah Museum covers the history of the town from its founding by James Semple in 1853. Visitors will find exhibits covering the varied architectural styles found throughout the town, Principia College, nearby New Piasa Chautauqua, and tools and other implements used by past residents. Special exhibits are held periodically.

Residents of the past An old time classroom

Visiting the Village of Elsah Museum
     Visiting Hours
          Open April through October
          Friday through Sunday: 1 pm - 4 pm
There is no charge to visit the Village of Elsah Museum.

Directions: From the Great River Road take Mill Street into town. Take a left at Selma Street to LaSalle Street. Take a left on LaSalle Street, the museum will be on the left.

GPS Coordinates
8 57.243'
90 21.715'

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