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The Carillon 2018 Season

Millennium Carillon And Visitor Center Schedule for the 2018 Season:

April 28 - October 28
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. May 25 - August 10 Only

Daily Hour Exceptions/Changes:
Friday, June 29: The Visitor Center and Carillon will close at 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2: The Visitor Center and Carillon are closed.
Dates and hours of operation are subject to change due to weather and other factors beyond our control.

Visitors can climb the 253 steps to the top of the tower on the guided tour and enjoy the spectacular view, where on a clear day the Chicago Skyline can be seen. Those who are unable to climb the stairs are encouraged to use the elevator and remain on the Gallery Level Observation Deck. Visitor Center admission is free of charge. Carillon tours are $3 for ages 5 and older; children 4 years and under are free. Visitors under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. All tours are guided and only done during operating hours.

Groups of 20 or more can make a reservation by calling 630-848-3619 or by e-mail atbmalatt@napervilleparks.org.

Volunteer as a Carillon Ambassador

A Carillon Ambassador will support the Carillon operations and events throughout the season by communicating with the visitors and on group tours. Please visit napervilleparks.org/volunteer for more details

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Group Visits, Bridal Parties

Call the Naperville Park District for special requests: (630) 848-5000

The Third Gift

Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon was begun in 1998 as a labor of love by a small group of Naperville families, and in a short time the vision spread to many, who donated the funds to make the vision a reality.
In the tradition of Centennial Beach and the Riverwalk, the Millennium Carillon is a gift from the people of our community for all future generations to enjoy.
Those who donated funds to make our carillon possible also left messages about themselves, their life in Naperville, and their support of the carillon project in a cyberspace time capsule.