Passport to Adventure
Begin your free, fun family quest with a Passport to Adventure at Oswego’s Little White School Museum

Families searching for inexpensive, nearby entertainment opportunities are in luck. Dozens of museums throughout the Fox Valley and DuPage County area, including Oswego’s historic Little White School Museum, invite area residents to embark on a quest to find fun facts, mysterious stories, amazing outdoor experiences, and unbelievable history within easy driving distance from their homes.

The annual Passport to Adventure Program offers an open invitation to visit the many amazing and exciting activities that local museums and related sites provide to enrich lives and communities throughout the region. Admission to many of the nearly 70 participating sites is free.

Since supplies of the passport booklets are limited, area residents are urged to pick their booklets soon before this year’s supply is exhausted.

At each location, families can have their Passport booklets stamped and become eligible for $25 gift card prize drawings. Visit six sites by the end of August and mail in the stamp page by Sept. 15 to become eligible for the first drawing. Visit six sites between Sept. 1, 2019 and April 30, 2020 and mail in the stamp page by May 15, 2020 for entry in the second Passport drawing.

Many of participating sites have designed special activities for those participating in the Passport to Adventure program.
Passports can be picked up at the Little White School Museum or any of the other nearly 70 museums, nature centers, or libraries participating in this year’s program. Hours at the Little White School Museum are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Museum admission is free. The Little White School Museum is a joint project of the not for profit Oswegoland Heritage Association and the Oswegoland Park District.
The Kane-DuPage Regional Museum Association is an alliance of more than five dozen museums, nature centers, and libraries. The organization serves its members through collaborative programming, promotion, professional development, and networking.
For more information, contact the Little White School Museum at 630-554-2999, send an email to, or visit the Kane-DuPage Regional Museum Association website at