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The GoodWorks Gallery in Glen Elleyn carries what the artist refers to as functional art. With works by over 100 artists, the most popular pieces you will find include serving dishes, handbags, apparel and picture frames.
Endowed by the bequest of Robert R. McCormick, the Cantigny Gardens & Museums offer a wide array of attractions. There are military and cultural museums, gardens, an educational center, extensive walking trails, and a golf course.
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A family oriented health, fitness, and recreation facility, the BR Ryall YMCA of Northwestern DuPage County features a variety of amenities. The facility has weight and cardio exercise equipment, courts for various indoor sports, and classes and clinics on offer.
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.
Pioneer Park features a pond with geese, two pavilions, a playground, two soccer fields, a splash pad and six fields that can be used for baseball and softball. There are also paved trails fit for walking or biking.