By Dave Fogel

The Ernest Hemingway Museum in Oak Park is shutting it’s doors.

But it won’t be for long.

The Chicago Tribune says the museum is actually moving to a spot that’s right behind the home that the famous author was born in.

The museum and the Hemingway’s birth home used to be a couple of blocks apart, but instead a new museum is being built right behind the home!

It’s been 30 years that the museum was in it’s original home, but this seems a lot more convenient.

While they’re building the new museum, Hemingway’s birth home will still be open.


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