- Our list of the best things to do in Alton, Illinois, features the top 182 nearby activities — including 71 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Alton, IL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Alton, IL , followed by 166 popular activities in nearby cities, including St. Louis, Edwardsville, Florissant, St. Charles, Maryland Heights, Collinsville, Grafton, St. Peters, Fairview Heights, Granite City, Chesterfield, Hazelwood, Belleville, Boonville, Jefferson City and Maplewood
The Unity Theatre Ensemble is an acting company dedicated to performing shows and works written by African-American and third world individuals. These performances include musical revues, comedies, traditional drama, and gospel musicals.
Providing regularly scheduled shows, Everyday Circus at City Museum features a staff of talented entertainers. This includes clowns, jugglers, musicians, acrobats and more. The team further participates in numerous community activities such as non-profit fundraisers.
Olympic Lanes has been owned and operated by the same owner for the past 20 years. They offer Bowling Leagues for teams and individuals at all skill levels, birthday parties, family reunions and a full service pro shop on site.
Hosting performing arts events for the community, Florissant Civic Center often features plays and musicals. The center also hosts concerts and singing tributes for rock and roll, blues, and classic Americana music.
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Spread across 64 acres of land, Saint Ferdinand Park is home to a summer concert series which is held adjacent to the lake. The park itself maintains standard facilities like six ball fields, horseshoe courts, a sand volleyball court, tennis courts, and four playground areas.
Owned and Operated by the local school district, the Little Creek Nature Area is a 97 acre outdoor opportunity for education about nature, biology, environmental science, ecology, and the past with its living history feature.
Preserved by a non-profit foundation, Old St. Ferdinand Shrine is a historic shrine built by early French settlers to the region. The foundation hosts community events like pancake breakfasts, festivals, house tours, and concerts at the building.