- TripBuzz found 617 things to do with kids in or near West Chicago, Illinois, including 595 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Park, Glenview, Aurora and Lombard.
- From Coyote Crossing Mini Golf to Turtle Splash Water Park, the West Chicago area offers 108 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Golf and Bowling.
- Home of the West Chicago Prairie Forest Preserve, the city of West Chicago is known for scenic outdoor adventure. One of the largest, and best preserved, prairies in all the northwest, it offers beautiful views and wildlife viewing. Other points of interest include a living history farm, dining and shopping.
Fairy Castle is a live entertainment venue and performance company that specializes in character entertainment for kids' events. The group offers birthday parties, princess parties, and costumed entertainment for all sorts of special events.
Organizing fitness and arts programs for the community, Cicero Community Center offers a variety of classes to take, from painting to yoga classes. The senior club hosts their bingo games and other events at the center.
Focusing on presenting medieval and mythological programs to schools and school groups, Caton Enterprises Ltd offers an array of shows, including King Arthur Alive!, Medieval Knights, The Medieval Falconer, and Greek Mythology.
Located on 97 acres, Heritage Park features baseball, softball and soccer fields, tennis courts and an ice skating rink in the winter. The park has a playground, picnic facilities and a path suitable for walking and biking.
Bunker Hill Forest Preserve is a large park that offers scenic views of nature, trails for walking or jogging and ample space for picnics. The park also serves as an outdoor venue for any event with proper county permits.
Organizing fun and educational opportunities for children, Raupp Museum preserves the history of the region with an indoor replica of a town square. The town square consists of a train station, general store, and other interactive building displays.
The Busch Grove Community Park acts as a nature preserve filled with trees, a pond, streams, and grasses that host myriad species of wildlife. It features a walking trail, skating rink, skate park, and more.
Featuring a mix of international and nationally recognized Hispanic performers, Olympic Theatre Corp offers visitors a historic 1920s theater with ornate, gold leaf decoration. The theater was restored and includes an updated sound system.