Mayslake Peabody Estate
Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook is comprised of Mayslake Hall; The Learning Institute; and the Portiuncula Chapel, a replica of the Chapel of St. Francis of Assisi in Italy. The 39-room Tudor Revival-style Mayslake Hall was the former home of coal baron Francis Stuyvesant Peabody. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and currently hosts "Restoration in Progress" tours, lecture series, musical performances, educational programs and theatrical performances by First Folio Theatre.
Mayslake Restoration Society Membership
Depending on the level of participation, members of the Mayslake Restoration Society receive a number of annual benefits, including tickets to "Restoration in Progress" tours, donor-appreciation events, music and theatrical performances, commemorative bricks, and Mayslake Hall keepsakes.
|Friend of the Gryphon
||$5,000 and above
|Friend of the Pilgrim
|Friend of the Dragon
|Friend of the Angel
|Friend of the Piper
|Friend of the Monkey
Join the Restoration Society Now
Download a Printable Restoration Society Membership Form
Download a Printable Restoration Society Benefits Chart
Commemorative Brick Program
A commemorative brick paver along the walkway around the Portiuncula Chapel is a wonderful way to celebrate your family, honor a friend or remember a loved one. Bricks are inscribed with the wording of your choice and are available in two sizes - 4" x 8" for $100 and 8" x 8" for $500.
Donate a Commemorative Brick Now
Download a Printable Mayslake Commemorative Brick Order Form