- 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.
One of only two mountain bike trails in northwest Indiana, Imagination Glen Park features a 10-mile trail for biking, hiking and dog walking. The trail offers a range of difficulty to match the skill levels of different users.
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Owned and operated by taxidermist and artist Thomas M. Stepanek, Tom's Wildlife Art and Taxidermy offers taxidermy services for hunting and fishing trophies of all kinds. The company also tans hides and makes rugs.
Opened in 2011, the Living Light Community Center is a multipurpose facility used for a number of events and activities. The center is commonly used for church services on Sunday's and is also available for event rentals, such as weddings.
The Racine Heritage Museum is a museum that preserves the culture of the people of Racine County. The museum is best known for the 'Factory for the World' exhibit, which includes various artifacts related to agriculture.
An art gallery, Northern Lights Gallery features a wide selection of original art by local and regional artists and craftspeople. The gallery features works in various media, including jewelry, painting, sculpture, and glassworks, as well as gifts.
At the Racine Art Museum, visitors can see over 8,000 pieces of art. Most of the pieces represent the contemporary craft movement, while other pieces were created during the 1930s Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
The Artists Gallery is a local community art gallery that features on of a kind three-dimensional pieces, paintings and pottery. Visitors can also try their hand at creating themselves, with the classes the gallery offers.
During the summer, Camp Lakota runs a campground for families to set up tent in. The staff provides outdoor meals and the grounds include an archery course, climbing wall, and pool. Boy scouts can use the facilities year round.