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Swedish Days 2019

June 18 - June 23

Get ready for Geneva's traditional midsommar festival.

Little Traveler TENT SALE HOURS:

Tuesday, 6/18 - 9am-8pm
Wed.-Fri., 6/19-21 - 9am-5:30pm
Saturday, 6/22 - 9am-6pm
Sunday, 6/23 - 10am-4pm

Little Traveler Store Hours:

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

Amazing Deals Inside & Out

Our famous Swedish Days tent sale on our front lawn gets bigger & better every year. It’s the place for bargains in garden decor, kitchen textiles, toys, travel bags, etc., etc.

Come inside for deals on summer dresses & tops and sales throughout.

Storewide Swedish Days Clock Sale

All clocks* throughout the store will be on sale. It's the biggest clock sale we've ever done.

Save 30%, 50% or 75% on all clocks*

* Clocks by the Chicago Lighthouse are excluded from the sale 

Moonlight Madness - Tuesday, June 18

Moonlight Madness is back! This fan favorite feature will return with tons of stores, the carnival, and concessions staying open late on Tuesday of the festival. Our sale tent will be open until 8pm that night, and Scott McKay from The River will do a live broadcast from 4-6pm in the craft brew tent!

Also NEW:

Toddler Town---at James and South Street. It’s a fun space for little ones 35” and under to jump, bounce, laugh and play.

Tastings in our Gourmet Rooms

Tuesday, June 18 (11am-2pm) - Robert Rothschild Farms

Friday, June 21 (11am-2pm) - Stonewall Kitchen

Saturday, June 22 (11am-2pm) - Wine Tastings

Saturday, June 22 (11am-2pm) - Champion BBQer Matthew Whiteford will be here with his award-wining Bloody Mary Mix & BBQ Sauces.

*Limit 1 free Keepsake Box per customer.


Visit for all the festival details.

Swedish Days is supported by Northwestern Medicine. 


June 18
June 23
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Little Traveler

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