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Your local government – made up of dedicated elected officials and highly qualified staff – works hard to ensure that Addison continues to grow and thrive.  Village services are consistently praised, while being provided with a reasonable tax rate.

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Museum Buildings


Balzer House 1 - CopyAddison Historical Museum
Physical Address:  135 W. Army Trail Boulevard
(Mailing Address:  1 Friendship Plaza, Addison, Il  60101)



Due to the new guidance from the CDC recommending mask wearing  in indoor public spaces where substantial and high transmission of the virus is  occuring,  we are  requiring all visitors to wear face masks and social distance while inside the museum.  Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe and healthy.

Free Admission
The Addison Historical Museum is housed in the historic 1892 Balzer House, which was originally located on East Lake Street. It was the home of William Balzer, his wife Marie Heidemann and their family.  The Village purchased the
property, and the house was moved to this location in 1999.
The museum contains artifact and photo displays about local
history. Please call 630- 628-1433 or email  the museum at for more information.

Century House
129 W. Army Trail Boulevard

Built in 1893 as a teachers' home for the Lutheran School, this house was purchased by the Village of Addison in 1993  and hence, got its name.  The Addison Historical Society researched and restored the home to the late 19th to early 20th Century period through the  generous donations of  the Addison community.   Visitors  to the museum can experience first hand what it was like  living  in Addison at this time.

Coach HouseCoach House 4
135 W. Army Trail Boulevard
(Location: Behind Addison Historical Museum)

The Coach House was built by William Balzer in 1932 using lumber from his former tombstone shop and originally stood behind the Balzer House on East Lake Street.  Balzer used the building for his Addison Township Clerk office, vehicle storage, and carpentry shop. It was moved to this location in 1999 along with the museum.  The first floor contains a recreation of Balzer's  clerk office, a diorama of the Addison State Bank, models of early Addison and exhibits on Addison's agricultural heritage.  The second floor area includes displays of  antique  household items and equipment.