Erlander Home Museum

404 South 3rd Street, Rockford, Illinois 61104 USA

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“centerpiece of Rockford's Swedish-ancestry community”

The cultural centerpiece of Rockford's Swedish-ancestry community, Erlander Home Museum is located in Rockford's first brick home, built by John and IngaStina Erlander family in 1871. Restored to its original Victorian decor, the twelve-room home features collections that include Rockford-made furniture, a renowned collection of more than 50 dolls created by Charlotte Weibull and many artifacts recalling Swedish immigration to northern Illinois and Rockford's Swedish heritage. Don't miss the Midsommar Dag festival in mid-June, and Lucia Fest in early December.

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Erlander Home Museum

404 South 3rd Street
Rockford, Illinois
61104 USA

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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