- TripBuzz discovered 113 different types of activities for couples in the Wilmette area, including Parks (like Gillson Park), Theaters (like Light Opera Works), Skating Rinks (like Wilmette Hockey Assoc) and Hiking Trails (like Green Bay Trail), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 551 date ideas in or near Wilmette, Illinois, including 536 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Oak Park and Des Plaines.
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Yorktown Shopping Center, 100 Yorktown, Lombard, IL 60148 MoreLess Info
A bowling center with 18 lanes, Lucky Strike offers open bowling as well as private event hosting. The facility provides two full-service bars, 12 plasma and 12 projector screens, a dining menu and billiard tables.
Situated along the western shore of Lake Ellyn, Lake Ellyn Park is a wooded park area that can be used for boating and fishing. It includes a walking trail nearly a mile long, picnic areas, a playground and tennis courts.
Rocky's Funhouse Miniature Golf is birthday party central. Guests can try black light mini golf, a number of modern arcade games, pizza, a prize counter with tons of selections for every ticket value, and more.
Guests can enjoy trampolines with basketball and dodge ball, a foam pit, and an arcade at Xtreme Trampolines. The trampolines are sectioned off by age groups for safety and they also offer trampoline classes.
With freestyle roller skating sessions available, Lombard Roller Skating Rink hosts skating classes and derby leagues at its indoor rink. On Mondays, the rink hosts Rhythm & Blues night, where adults can skate until midnight to R&B music.
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Stratford Square Mall, 152 Stratford Sq, Bloomingdale, IL 60108 MoreLess Info
An indoor recreation and entertainment center for all ages, Round 1 Bowling & Amusement offers an array of activities. Along with bowling, there are karaoke rooms, arcade games and ping-pong tables for added fun and excitement.
A historical theater, featuring one screen, the Catlow Theater in Barrington, Illinois once showed silent films in the late 1920's. The old-time movie theater, made in the Tudor Revival style, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.