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Visiting the Halim Time and Glass Museum in Evanston, Illinois

Cameel Halim

An accomplished real estate investor, Cameel Halim has spent the last 11 years focused on developing the Halim Time and Glass Museum. Cameel Halim’s museum, which opened on September 26, 2017, is situated in a five-story building in Evanston, Illinois.

On the building’s first floor, visitors can observe the majority of the Halim Time and Glass Museum’s stained-glass collection. Consisting of dozens of pieces, this collection mainly showcases compositions created by Americans artists beginning in the mid-1800s.
Moving to the second floor, visitors have an opportunity to learn how mechanical timekeeping has evolved since late-1200s Europe by viewing the museum’s more than 1,100 timepieces. Notable pieces on display include Chinese clocks that date back to the 1700s and a grandfather clock that contains a pipe organ and a dulcimer.
If at any time visitors need a break, they can head downstairs to the Museum Cafe on the Lower Level. There, they can enjoy a bite to eat as they take in temporary exhibits, as well as paintings. Soon, visitors will be able to find rotating exhibits on the third floor.
Elsewhere, the museum’s fourth floor and rooftop garden feature beautiful settings ideal for weddings or other events. To view pictures of the fourth floor’s stained-glass-domed Wisteria Room and the picturesque Rooftop Garden, please visit HalimMuseum.org. On this website, individuals can also learn more about the museum’s collections.

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