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630-232-4200

Address

404 S. Third Street, Geneva, IL

Store Hours

Monday-Friday - 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday - 10am-5:30pm
Sunday - 11 am to 4 pm

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS: Close at 3:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Closed on New Year's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. 

Phone

630-232-4200

E-mail
info@littletraveler.com

The Little Traveler is located in the heart of historic downtown Geneva, IL at 404 S. Third Street. (hint: if this address doesn't show up in your GPS, try 403 S. Fourth Street instead - this is the address of our shipping department at the back of our store).

Our Italianate Victorian building is at the corner of Third Street and Fulton Street—2 blocks west of IL Rte 31 (also known as North First Street) and 4 blocks south of IL Rte 38 (also known as State Street, Roosevelt Road & Lincoln Highway) . Here we are on Google Maps.

From Chicago

By Car

From the Southside: Take I-55 South to I-355 north to I-88 west

From Downtown: Take I-290 west to I-88 west

From the Northside: Take I-294 south to I-88 west

Follow I-88 west to the Farnsworth Exit.

Go north (right) on Farnsworth. (Farnsworth will become Kirk Road) - follow for about 5 miles

Turn west (left) onto Rte 38/State Street - follow for about 1.5 miles

Turn south (left) onto Third Street. You'll find us about 0.3 miles down the road (if you get to train tracks, you've gone too far).

By Train

Take the Metra Union Pacific West Line from Ogilvie Transportation Center (or any other stop along the line) to Geneva.

The Little Traveler is located two blocks north of the Geneva train station.

For information about other stores and restaurants in downtown Geneva:

Please visit the Geneva Chamber of Commerce for more information about our wonderful neighbors.

 

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