Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum
The Ernest Hemingway Birthplace is a historic Queen Anne home and museum in Oak Park, Illinois where American author Ernest Hemingway was born. Hemingway lived in the home with his family for the first six years of his life. The house was sold out of the Hemingway family in 1905, and it was subsequently renovated and converted into a multi-family residence.
In December 1992, the house was purchased by the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park. The foundation oversaw a major restoration project, using photographs and descriptions of the house to return it to its original condition. Since 2001, the building has been maintained as a Hemingway museum, with the foundation offering guided tours of the house.
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Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum, 339 N Oak Park Ave
Oak Park, Illinois 60302
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