- TripBuzz found 7 things to do with kids in or near Pontiac, Illinois.
- From Fiesta Lanes to Livingston County War Museum, the Pontiac area offers 41 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Military Museums.
- Located in Livingston County, Pontiac is a small town in Illinois. It rests on the Vermilion River allowing for an array of recreational activities including boating, fishing, canoeing and disc golf. Residents and tourists visiting Pontiac can also explore and learn at the area's many museums. This includes the Route 66 Hall of Fame and Museum, the Livingston County War Museum and other war memorials.
Crescent Cinemas first opened its doors in the 1920's. Once a single-screen house, Crescent now is a multi-screen cinema that shows first run movies. Movies are shown in digital projection and Dolby digital surround sound.
A fairground and camping site, Livingston County 4-H Park provides RV sites with water and electrical hookups, a basketball court and playground equipment. The park can be used for picnics, wildlife viewing and tent camping.
The Illinois Rt 66 Museum is a showcase and celebration of the famous Route 66 highway. Visitors can view thousands of historic items collected over several decades, including memorabilia, antiques and murals, and hear stories from the road's glory days.
Named after former mayor Walt Bittner, Walt Bittner Park is a neighborhood park featuring a quarter mile walking trail and large open fields. The park also maintains a playground as well as several half-court basketball courts.