- TripBuzz found 766 things to do with kids in or near Addison, Illinois, including 755 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Glenview and Oak Park.
- From Dave & Buster's to Stardust Bowl of Addison, the Addison area offers 107 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), Arcades, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- The city of Addison takes great pride in preserving its tradition and rich heritage. This is done via historical landmarks and museums such as the Balzer House and Century House. A short drive from Chicago, it also hosts a popular summer festival known as Little Italy Fest-West, an ethnic music festival held in August.
The Stardust Bowl offers 84 lanes, typically enough to accommodate both league bowlers as well as smaller groups. In operation for over 50 years, Stardust offers shoe rentals and has a full restaurant and bar as well as an arcade.
Addison Ice Arena is an ice sports complex with one NHL rink and one Olympic rink that offers public skating, figure skating and hockey among other activities. It features a pro shop and a full-service bar and grill.
Featuring a line up of the most up-to-date films, Marcus Addison Cinema is a full-service theater with concessions offering sandwiches, pizza, popcorn, snacks and coffee. Beer and spirits are also served at their on-site lounge.
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A competitive cheerleading gym, Illinois Allstars- Competitive Cheerleading & Tumbling Classes offers classes in gymnastics, cheerleading, and tumbling taught by experienced and professional instructors. The gym also maintains a focus on fostering student athletes.
Open only on nights during the Halloween season, Disturbia Screams in the Park is a haunted house that aims to terrify, and may be too scary for small children. Occupants of the haunted rooms include clowns and cannibal hillbillies.
One of the most popular recreational facilities that is operated by the city is known as the Centennial Rec Center which was formerly called Centennial Park. Within the area, visitors can enjoy ball fields, soccer fields, a 10,000-square-foot gymnasium, a group fitness studio, and an indoor pool.