- The list below includes 388 free or cheap things to do in or near Romeoville, Illinois, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Skating Rinks, Hiking Trails, Bowling and History Museums.
- From Centennial Trail - I&M Canal Trail to Romeoville of Village, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Romeoville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Park, Lombard, West Chicago and Aurora.
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665 Barrington Avenue, Carpentersville, IL 60110 MoreLess Info
Offering activities, programs, and amenities to residents of the Dundee Township area, Dundee Township Park District hosts clubs, classes, and other organizations. The district includes playgrounds, fitness centers, community gathering places, and parks.
Roosevelt park has plenty of sun, shade, and amenities to keep small and large crowds busy for hours. The park includes a fieldhouse for large get togethers, 4 ball fields, 3 tennis courts, 1 basketball court, and 2 football fields.
The River Trail Nature Center is a nature center focused on telling the story of native plants and animals that still thrive within the surrounding urban environment. Attractions include self-guiding trails, an exhibit building, and a children's nature discovery area.
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9603 Woods Drive, Skokie, IL 60077 MoreLess Info
Providing educational tours, Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center has a variety of artifacts for visitors to see, including letters and photographs. The museum has a Hall of Reflection with candles and the names of the victims.
The Roosevelt Outdoor Pool is a public pool open to local residents during the warmer months of the year. A large play pool with zero-depth entry, deep water drop slides, and a 5-lane activity pool are among the facilities available.
Jackman Park is a community park offering a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include a playground geared towards park's younger visitors as well as an open grassy area where live concerts are hosted during the summer.
Emerson Park is a community-owned and managed park that features traditional amenities such as park benches, picnic areas, and playgrounds. In addition to these facilities, visitors will find tennis and basketball courts, as well as regularly maintained restrooms.
The Glenview History Center is a museum and library dedicated to preserving, nurturing, and promoting an awareness of Glenviewâ€™s local history. Attractions include the Hibbard Library, various educational programs, and the Farmhouse Museum.