Mission The Salvation Army Central Territory Museum promotes a greater understanding of the mission and history of The Salvation Army by actively collecting, preserving and exhibiting artifacts, archival materials, artwork, audio recordings, photographs, published works, and video recordings related to The Salvation Army, most specifically those materials related to the Central Territory from 1880 to the present. The museum staff serves as an informational resource and provides educational opportunities about Salvation Army history and information to The Salvation Army, researchers, other institutions and the public.
The museum features five exhibit galleries, which includes one permanent exhibit and four rotating exhibits, and research room open to both Salvation Army members, researchers and the public. Tours of the museum are guided and available Monday – Friday between 8am – 4pm. Please note on-site research is available by appointment only.
5550 Prairie Stone Parkway
Hoffman Estates, IL, 60192
Hours: Monday - Friday 8am-4pm