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7411 Milwaukee Ave, Niles, IL 60714 MoreLess Info
Kiddie Kingdom is a kid-centric arcade with a restaurant offering numerous dishes from shrimp appetizers and Italian beef sandwiches to pasta and pizza. Players can collect game tickets for prizes. Party packages and catering are also available.
A 32-lane bowling center, Brunswick Zone - Niles offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring and bumpers. The center provides arcade games, a snack bar, a pro shop, pool tables, television screens and a lounge.
Featuring over 107 acres in total, Techny Prairie Park & Fields is a park featuring a large selection of amenities for guests to enjoy. These amenities include baseball diamonds, batting cages, a playground, a skatepark, and a nine-hole golf course.
Comprised of four outdoor pools, the Meadowhill Aquatic Center features a diving area with three diving boards of varying heights, a lap pool, a water playground for kids, and a pool with body slides and tube slides.
A 12-screen movie theater, AMC Showplace Niles 12 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, a party room, theater rentals, reserved seating and a concession area with food and drinks.
Artist Judith Joseph, of the Judith Joseph Studio creates an array of art in her Northbrook space. The artist works in various mediums suck as calligraphy, glass and silk and can create custom pieces for special occasions.
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9831 N Milwke Avenue, Des Plaines, IL 60016 MoreLess Info
Run by the University of Illinois Chicago, James Woodworth Prairie Preserve has exhibits that show Native American artifacts, fossils, and educational displays. Visitors can explore the prairie to see wildflowers, kill deer, and cicada.