The Marion E. Wade Center, located in Wheaton, Illinois, is a place of inspiration and learning that offers resources available nowhere else in the world. Among the most beautiful things about their center is that they offer resources to those who want them nowhere else. These include books, artworks, and even spiritual formation sessions with other people from different backgrounds than yours.
The Wade Center is a place for intellectual exploration and faith development. We highlight the relevance of seven British Christian authors who provided a unique blend: J.R.R. Tolkien, Dorothy L. Sayers, G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, George MacDonald, and Charles Williams.
In order to help scholars study these seven authors in-depth, The Marion E. Wade Center offers assistance with your research goals by providing access and copies of unique materials that are related ornamented around them so you can learn more about the topic at hand.
Situated at 351 E Lincoln Ave, Wheaton, IL 60187-4213, the Marion E. Wade Center is dedicated to providing amazing opportunities for people of all backgrounds and interests, regardless if they are an author or visitors alike; this includes sharing insights with a broader audience through their numerous programs & publications as well as supporting artistic works inspired by authors at the museum welcoming you home today.
The Wade Center Podcast features interviews with scholars, voices from beyond academia as well discussions on their authors’ work. Explore the deep and engaging conversations happening at The Wade Center with this podcast. Listen in on interviews, discussions about our authors’ work-in-progress, or finished products that are sure to inspire you.
The Marion E. Wade Center was designed with the general public in mind as well that Wheaton College community members can visit any time of year without paying an admission fee.
Fill out their form to visit the museum and bookshop. They require groups of 10 or more who want an appointment for a specific time. The Marion E Wade Center is always exciting new things happening, so make sure you stop by their website often- they have the latest updates on all upcoming programs there as well, plus plenty more interesting facts that will keep your interest steadily engaged throughout each page visitor journey through this educational institution’s halls.
The Kilby Reading Room is a quiet space available for use by anyone interested in using the Wade Center’s collections. It has been named after Clyde and Martha Kilby, who have supported this institution since its founding more than 50 years ago with their generous donations of funds.
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