- The list below includes 549 free or cheap things to do in or near Wilmette, Illinois, including 109 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Skating Rinks, Hiking Trails and Bowling.
- From Gillson Park to Roemer Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wilmette and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Oak Park and Evanston.
An eclectic collection of things to see and do, the SC Johnson Headquarters is a unique addition to any itinerary. Visitors can walk through exhibits and buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright or admire the unique aircraft collection.
Visitors can tour the world headquarters for S.C. Johnson that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. At the building, visitors can see a rotating display about Wright, visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Research Library, watch two documentaries in the The Golden Rondelle Theater, and the Fortaleza Hall.
Designed for the whole family, Camelot Bowling Centers Inc. features 48 lanes and leagues for every age and gender. The center also features a multi-use indoor sportsplex for hockey, softball, soccer and roller derby.
Hosting bowling leagues and tournaments, Camelot Bowling Center offers recreational bowling to the public. In addition to the lounge, the bowling alley has a snack shop where visitors can purchase appetizers, pizza, and dessert.
Many forget Indiana is located on the south shores of Lake Michigan, but one of the state's highlights is its beautiful dunes, towering 200 feet above the lake. Visit Indiana Dunes State Park, where beaches are wide and swimming is welcome. Concession stands, restrooms, picnic areas, campgrounds and lifeguards …
Beginning at the Joliet Iron Works Historic Site, the I&m Canal Trail is a 2.76-mile nature trail popular for a number of recreational activities. These include running, biking, hiking, and cross-country skiing along the trail.
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Rusty Wallace Racing Experience- Chicagoland Speedway allows visitors to drive racecars on a 1.5 mile d-shaped oval super speedway track, or just ride along. Packages start from as few as 3 laps, up to 50.