Area Attractions

Once you’ve exhausted the wide variety of indoor and outdoor recreation on our grounds, allow our complimentary shuttle to whisk you away to Oak Brook Mall or venture to area attractions.

The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald's Campus

2815 Jorie Boulevard
Oak Brook, Illinois, United States, 60523

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Featured Attractions

Willis Tower - Skydeck Chicago

19.6 MILES AWAY
The 103rd floor observatory of the Willis Tower offers some of the most amazing views in the country. While you’re up there, visit the interactive exhibits that tell visitors about Chicago’s dreamers, schemers, architects, musicians, writers and sports greats.

Hollywood Casino Aurora

24.9 MILES AWAY
Try your luck at Hollywood Casino in Aurora when you visit Hyatt Lisle. It's 53,000 square feet of action, including 1,180 slot machines and 26 table games. The casino's pavilion boasts award-winning restaurants. Sample Epic Buffet, Fairbanks Steakhouse or Take Two, then check out the latest show or peruse the casino's impressive collection of movie memorabilia throughout the property.

Navy Pier

22.0 MILES AWAY
Built during World War I, this 3,000-foot-long pier was a Navy training center for pilots during World War II and has now been transformed into a bustling tourist mecca with a combination of carnival, food court and boat dock. In the summer months, water taxis speed between Navy Pier and other Chicago sights.

360 Chicago

21.7 MILES AWAY
When you want panoramic views of the lake and surrounding skyline – this is the place. At 1,127 feet high “Big John” is the third tallest building in Chicago. Visitors flock to the 94th floor observatory where – on a clear day – they can see four states. But, the observatory isn’t nearly as interesting as the bar that adjoins the Signature Room restaurant on the 95th floor. There’s a little more atmosphere to savor the view and you can purchase a cocktail instead of paying the observatory entry fee.

Museums

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

21.9 MILES AWAY
The MCA claims to be the largest contemporary-art museum in the country, emphasizing experimentation in a variety of media -- painting, sculpture, photography, video and film, dance, music, and performance.

Museum of Contemporary Photography

19.7 MILES AWAY
Ensconced in a ground-floor space at Columbia College -- a progressive arts- and media-oriented institution that boasts the country's largest undergraduate film department and a highly respected photography department – the Museum of Contemporary Photography exhibits, collects, and promotes modern photography.

Art Institute of Chicago

20.0 MILES AWAY
Come for the country’s best collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art. (See an entire room dedicated to Monet.) Linger over the comprehensive photography collection and the fine American works. Discover painting, drawings, sculpture and design spanning the ancient to contemporary world.

Adler Planetarium

26.3 MILES AWAY
Visit the planetarium that brought star-gazing to a new level for city’s across America. Older children enjoy the interactive science exhibits and the high-tech Sky Pavilion, while younger visitors get hands-on experience with the cultural exhibits.

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Outdoor Activities

Brookfield Zoo

6.9 MILES AWAY
With nearly 3,000 animals, Brookfield Zoo has something for everyone - from the Tropic World - a simulated tropical rain forest with monkeys, otters, birds and other rain-forest inhabitants that move about in a carefully constructed habitat of trees, shrubs, pools and waterfalls – to the Be a Bird House where you can flap your "wings" on a machine that decides what kind of bird you would be based on how you flap.

Millennium Park

20.4 MILES AWAY
Gaze into the Bean - a luminous polished-steel sculpture – as it plays tricks with the reflection of Chicago’s skyline. The Park is also home to Jay Priztker Pavilion, where an incredible audio system allows audiences to enjoy concert-hall sound in the great outdoors.

Lincoln Park Zoo

24.7 MILES AWAY
Visit Lincoln Park Zoo to see rare and endangered species such as the spectacle bear and the Australian koala then explore the Farm in the Zoo area, learning center with films and demonstrations and the Conservation Station with hands-on activities.

Chicago Botanic Garden

30.9 MILES AWAY
Among the 23 inspiring and distinctly different gardens are a three-island Japanese garden, a waterfall garden, a sensory garden and a 4-acre fruit and vegetable garden. Three immense greenhouses showcase a desert, a rain forest and a formal garden where flowers bloom all through the winter.

Shopping

Magnificent Mile

21.4 MILES AWAY
Stroll the exclusive northern half of Michigan Avenue – home to some of the most elegant boutiques, department stores and shops found around the world. Indulge in some of the little luxuries you can’t find anywhere outside of Milan, or Paris in the comfort of vertical shopping malls that allow you to shop to your hearts content without a care about the weather.

Yorktown Center

4.4 MILES AWAY
Enjoy a day of shopping, dining and fun, with a ride on the Yorktown Express Train and some playtime at the Treehouse Adventure Play Area.

Sports

United Center - Chicago Bulls / Chicago Blackhawks

17.5 MILES AWAY
Home of the Chicago Bulls (NBA basketball) and Chicago Blackhawks (NHL Hockey).

Allstate Arena - Chicago Wolves

16.8 MILES AWAY
Come to the Allstate Arena to cheer on the Wolves – Chicago’s dynamic AHL hockey team. The action never stops at Allstate Arena. When the Wolves aren’t playing, you can check out the hottest musical acts here.

Cultural & Historic Sights

Bronzeville

22.3 MILES AWAY
Famous local historic figures like Louis Armstrong, Ida B. Wells – a women’s rights and African American civil-rights crusader and Bessie Coleman, the first African-American woman pilot are immortalized in bronze in this area that is rapidly becoming gentrified.

Ernest Hemingway Birthplace

12.3 MILES AWAY
Part of the literary legacy of Oak Park, a three-story turreted Queen Anne Victorian stands in frilly contrast to the many streamlined Praire-style homes elsewhere in the neighborhood. There are period-furnished rooms and many photos and artifacts pertaining to Hemingway’s early life. You can even look inside the room in which the author was born on July 21, 1899.

Art & Antique Centre of Oak Brook

2.7 MILES AWAY
This luxurious centre offers art and antique lovers, as well as history buffs, a unique experience to view treasures from around the globe and across centuries. This attraction also offers unique event space and art classes.