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The Chicago Botanic Garden

One of America's leading public garden's, the gorgeous Chicago Botanic Garden is on 385 acres of rolling hills and tranquil lakes with 26

Glencoe, IL Botanical Gardens

Lake Theatre

On April 11, 1936, the Lake Theatre opened with a single screen, and a seating capacity of 1,420. Designed by world-renowned architect Thomas Lamb, the Lake is a prime example of art deco style. When Classic Cinemas took over the Lake in 1981

Oak Park, IL Historic Theatres

The Glen Town Center

This perfectly-planned town offers beautiful shop and restaurant-lined streets with apartments above -- just like a European town. And it'

Glenview, IL Venue Attractions

Historic Pleasant Home

Explore the opulent 30-room mansion designed by prominent Prarie School architect, Geroge H. Maher. Located on the second floor of Pleasant Home, the Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest Museum includes a period bedroom, children'

Oak Park, IL Historic Homes

Captain Richard A. Schram Memorial Museum

The Captain Richard A. Schram Memorial Museum and former Navy Chapel, named for a distinguished Navy flier, was originally erected at the Glenview Naval Air Station in 1945

Glenview, IL Historic Churches

Northwestern University Walking Tours

Founded in 1851, Northwestern University is a renowned educational institution rich in history and architecture. More than 150 historically significant and interesting sites on campus are featured in various walking tours, each taking approx. 30

Evanston, IL Tours

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Schaumburg, Ilinois is the largest of all the castles at 85,000 square feet. Built in 1991, it has 1,430 permanent seats and is open year round.

Schaumburg, IL Dinner Theatres


Evanston Arts Depot

This new cultural center is a restored train station in the heart of Evanston. It is home of Piccolo Theatre and Custer's Last Stand Festival and features classes in movement and meditation. 3 Meeting Rooms, Theatre Style, Banquet & Reception Spaces available.

Evanston, IL Cultural Centers

The Skokie Heritage Museum

A recently completed restoration of Skokie's first public building has yielded a gallery of Skokie's past. Explore Skokie's heritage when visiting the Historic Engine House and orginal Log Cabin, built in 1847

Skokie, IL Museums

Morton Grove Historical Museum

Located in Harrer Park, the Morton Grove Historical Museum is housed in the 1888 Victorian, Haupt-Yehl farmhouse and furnished in the early 1900

Morton Grove, IL Museums

The Next Theatre Company

The Next Theatre Company, Evanston's first professional theater company, was established as a not-for-profit theater in 1981

Evanston, IL Performing Arts Centers

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