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The Carillon in 2021

Naperville Millennium Carillon and Visitor Center Closed for Construction
Moser Tower rehabilitation to begin after Memorial Day and continue through fall 2021

The Naperville Millennium Carillon in Moser Tower and the Visitor Center, located at 443 Aurora Avenue, are closed for the 2021 season due to the planned rehabilitation of Moser Tower. The City of Naperville is set to begin work on Moser Tower in June and anticipates that the work will continue through the summer and fall.

Naperville Park District operates tours and programs at Moser Tower and at the Visitor Center under an inter-governmental agreement with the City of Naperville. The Park District is closing both facilities to the public for the 2021 season during construction, and also is cancelling the annual Tuesday evening Summer Recital Series. However, the weekly Carillon concerts on Saturdays at noon and on Sundays at 3:00 p.m. (in April) and 4:00 p.m. (in May) will continue until construction begins in June. Once construction begins, the bells will be silenced until the rehabilitation is complete in fall 2021.

Group Visits, Bridal Parties

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

Volunteer as a Carillon Ambassador

A Carillon Ambassador will support the Carillon operations and events through the year by communication with the visitors and presentations to groups visiting the Carillon. Carillon Ambassadors will have training specific to this volunteer opportunity.  

Please contact Lynnette Hoole @ 630-848-3606 or lhoole@napervilleparks.org for more details. 

Read the Carillon Ambassador job description

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. 

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