- TripBuzz found 721 things to do with kids in or near Wheaton, Illinois, including 700 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Glenview and Oak Park.
- From Cosley Zoo to Fox Bowl, the Wheaton area offers 107 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Flea Markets and Water Parks.
- Home to Wheaton College, the town of Wheaton is a short drive from Chicago. Wheaton College provides residents with an array of opportunities for the community such as the Billy Graham Center Museum, music conservatory and competitive sports. Other attractions in Wheaton include a zoo, walking trail and numerous golf courses.
Busy during the summer months, Northside Family Aquatic Center features a large community pool. And for added enjoyment, the pool includes a diving board and water slide. The facility further offers a play area with a sandbox.
The primary focus of the Rice Pool & Water Park is a pool that ranges from zero depth to 16 feet with adjoining water slides. The surrounding area also has a volleyball area, a sand play area, and a children's spray site.
Covering 500 acres, the Cantigny Park welcomes entire families with playgrounds, gardens, 2 museums, a golf course, and 4 restaurants. The museums are dedicated to Robert R. McCormick and to the First Infantry Division.
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1 S 151 Winfield Road, Wheaton, IL 60187 MoreLess Info
The First Division Museum at Cantigny is dedicated to the First Infantry Division, and tells a story which dates back to WWI. Uniforms, medals of Honor, weapons, vehicles, and even tanks are included in the permanent collection.
301 Rice Lake Square, Wheaton, IL 60189 MoreLess Info
Besides the movie going experience, Studio Movie Grill offers other services that would make a night out complete. The movies are paired by a premium bar and an all American culinary treat.
Located on over 69 acres of land, Northside Park is a public park that provides access to a number of outdoor facilities and amenities. These include four basketball courts, six lighted tennis courts, a skating rink, and a playground.
Illinois Prairie Path is a multi-use nature trail for non-motorized public use and spans approximately 61 miles. It was the first U.S. rail-to-trail conversion and is surfaced primarily with crushed limestone surface, which is easy on feet and bike tires.