Spend the day shopping at Yorktown Center or Oakbrook Center Promenade or hop on the Soldier Field Express for a Bears game or concert. Discover the local dining scene at nearby restaurants like Uncle Julio’s, then catch a show at the Drury Lane Theater. Explore Chicago’s western suburbs at the Morton Arboretum and Brookfield Zoo.
Walk on over to this full-service dining movie theater. Relax in a comfortable reclining chair while catching the most recently released films. Grab a drink or enjoy an adult beverage from MacGuffins Bar.
Relax in the 39-acre community park where many outdoor activities take place. Use the baseball, softball, and soccer fields as well as basketball and sand volleyball courts. Go fishing in the pond, or ice skating in the winter.
This 1,700-acre arboretum only a few miles down the road has more than 200,000 types of plants to view. There are trees, living plants, gardens and other restored areas as well as recreational outdoor activities.
An 1852 water-powered grist mill is now a museum to connect our country’s past to its present. Hands-on experiences for a different approach to maintaining the history of the late 1800 and early 1900s.
This unique museum uses stones, gems, and minerals to create intricate art pieces. Check it out on a Friday and enjoy free admission as you admire the different cutting, grinding and polishing artwork that dates back as early as The Stone Age.