- The list below includes 490 free or cheap things to do in or near Mundelein, Illinois, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Recreation Centers, Walking Trails and Arcades.
- From Ray Lake to Kracklauer Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Mundelein and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Skokie, Evanston, Waukegan and Kenosha.
A 2.6 acre public park, Kracklauer Park offers amenities such as tennis courts, playgrounds, and a covered picnic pavilion that can be reserved for private events. The park houses a dance studio, as well, and hosts a summer concert series.
Party Fantasy is an indoor recreation and party facility that can be reserved for private parties, but is also open for public play. The facility includes bounce houses, a climbing wall, indoor go karts, redemption games, and other attractions.
Situated in in Mundelein in northern Illinois, the Tighthead Brewing Company produces draft beer for area restaurants and pubs. Growlers and pints are offered in the tap room at the facility. Tours are also featured at the plant.
888 Tower Rd, Unit E, Mundelein, IL 60060 MoreLess Info
With products ranging from incandescent light bulbs to sea form sculptures, Patterson Glassworks displays the work of a local fusion and hot glass artist. It also hosts community art classes for glass blowing, making paper weights, and more.
Horse enthusiasts can make sure their equine babies are taken care of at Pine Grove Equestrian Center, which offers boarding, training, and both English and western riding lessons for those still learning.
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1401 N Midlothian Road, Mundelein, IL 60060 MoreLess Info
The Mundelein Park District Maintenance Facilities are essential to the operation of the Mundelein Parks and Recreation Department. They are used to maintain all of the city's public amusement and recreation facilities.
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1016 Diamond Lake Road, Mundelein, IL 60060 MoreLess Info
The Mundelein Park & Recreation District has the mission of providing diverse recreational experiences to connect the local community. The organization oversees parks such as Spray Park and Barefoot Bay.
The Fort Hill Heritage Museum is a historical museum that offers free admission to people of all ages. The museum has artifacts including pioneer tools, the Mundelein House, quilts, antique Lake County maps, and war uniforms.