The Danube-Swabian cultural museum opened in 1990 in Lake Villa, Illinois.  Up until 1987 it was the "German-Hungarian Old Peoples Home".  After closing the home in 1987, a major renovation turned this building into a museum.  Since its opening, people have donated original old world items for display.  These items range from kitchen utensils to costumes to toys to hand-stitched articles.  An enormous amount of orginal items are displayed. 

The museum is open at every picnic and by appointment. 

The Main Entrance

Items for making homemade wine

The Library

The Kitchen

Replica Churches

Equipment for Horseback Riding