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Our Museum is dedicated to the art of cutting and polishing stone. We house a world class collection of jade and hard-stone cravings along with an interactive Rock and Mineral exhibit that is great for all ages!
All reviews gift shop the lower level gem stones jade carvings petrified wood well worth the trip hidden treasure precious stones on display pun intended fossil hunting amazing collection next door hour visit one of a kind educational displays mineral specimens
Friday’s are free! The collection is very interesting. A little more detail on each piece would have been great. The staff was friendly and helpful. We didn’t stay to watch the movie because the sound of grinding stone is...ugh! The information on the lower level...More
What a wonderful surprise! Free on Fridays! Small museum with priceless reexamine of Made carvings and other precious carvings and displays. Great little gift shop with very child friendly prices. Took the grandkids there. Watched mini movies on how to"s and it was great. About...More
Every time I travel to Chicago to visit friends, this is a MUST visit ! It’s a small museum in the suburb of Elmhurst, but is being expanded & moving in 2019. You can currently see everything in less than 2 hours. And, your brain...More
Very nice museum. It will take a couple of hours to view the items and be in awe of the artistic talent of so many who have taken stones and made them art.
The wall art was beyond amazing, you will need 20/20 sight and...More
This is a very nice little place--the carved jade collection is especially beautiful to look at. One floor is of carved gemstone and ivory pieces of art, including a good variety of Chinese snuff bottles and some neat dioramas of scenes with carved stone animals....More
I have been here a few times and I love going anytime I'm in the Elmhurst area. It is kind of small and a good way to kill a couple hours, but definitely not an all day thing. However, it is visual overload. I'm no...More
If you have ever been to the geological exhibits at the Field museum, you’ll love them, but it’ll feel like nothing compared to the wonders of the Lizzadro Museum. The upstairs area simply blew me away, with everything from intricate Asian sculptures to petrified oak...More