Ray Bradbury: Inextinguishable

Friday, May 14th, 2021 - Sunday, May 1st, 2022

Online now, and the physical exhibit once we reopen May 14.

Ray Bradbury is perhaps best-known for writing Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles, and The Illustrated Man. He was much more than those stories though: a screenplay writer, a friend to Walt Disney, and an amateur painter, just to name a few.

From a young age, Ray was obsessed with finding a way to live forever. He will certainly be remembered for his writing, but his influence elsewhere may surprise you.

May 14th - May 17th 10am – 5pm

After May 17th Thu – Mon 10am – 5pm

Adults $14
Seniors (ages 65+) $9
Students & Teachers (w/ valid ID) $9
Children (ages 12 & younger) Free

American Writers Museum
180 N. Michigan Avenue, 2nd Floor

Chicago, IL

41.8855214, -87.6249092

Ray Bradbury: Inextinguishable