Tinley Park-Park District  •  8125 W. 171 St. •  Tinley Park, IL 60477  •  708.342.4200  •  TinleyParkDistrict.org
 
Tinley Park District
Back to the Tinley Park District HomepagehomeContact the Tinley Park Districtcontact
 
   
 
Our Current Brochure
Our Current Brochure
click to download


 


Landmark Church, Museum and Schoolhouse

The Landmark Church is located at 6727 W. 174th Street, Tinley Park, IL 60477

Landmark Church, Museum and Schoolhouse The Tinley Park Historical Society was organized in 1974 to preserve and document the heritage of Tinley Park and its surrounding areas. The "Old Zion" Lutheran Church, a "prairie gothic" style frame structure built in 1884, was acquired as its home. Now known simply as “The Landmark”, it has been the center of the history of Tinley Park, and its surrounding area. The Landmark Church and Museum structures are owned and maintained by the Tinley Park-Park District with the Historical Society overseeing and operating the museum and tours of the facilities.

Museum hours are currently from 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays and the first Sunday of each month from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Other hours can be arranged by appointment.

Wedding Rentals
The Landmark Chapel and New Saenger Hall meeting and banquet room are available for weddings and other gatherings. For additional information contact (708) 429-4210.

Landmark Church, Museum and SchoolhouseThe Historical Society, in its continuing research efforts, is always looking for artifacts, photographs, and other materials (including letters, deeds, contracts, postcards, calendars, old phone books, posters, store gift items, newspapers, etc.), that relate to the Tinley Park area. We will make copies of photographs and documents if you are currently not in a position to donate them. A museum has been established in the addition behind the original church. The museum features information and artifacts of New Bremen/Tinley Park history. A research room has also been opened and is available to students and others interested in studying the area history and genealogy.

The Historical Society depends on the community’s support to achieve this goal. We encourage you to support the Historical Society through a donation or by becoming a member. Contributions are tax deductible, to the extent allowed by law. For more information call the Historical Society at 429–4210 or the Park District at 342–4200.

E-mail: lrtphist@lincolnnet.net

 

 
produced by
Visionary Webworks
~ eParkDistrict.com