- Our list of the best things to do in Cherry Valley, Illinois, features the top 79 nearby activities — including 35 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cherry Valley, IL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Sports & Fitness, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Originally opened in 1931, Goetz Theatre was built during the Great Depression as a single theater. It is now a three-screen movie theater with first-run movies and a snack bar along with all digital projection and sound.
This is Wisconsin's oldest cheese store opening in 1931. It is an old world environment tavern and cheese store. The tavern serves locally brewed beers and the cheese store sells specialty and imported cheeses. They also have a yearly events calendar.
The breweries short tour includes a four pack of beers and a soda at the end of the tour. There's a bar for a break at the tour's end until the next tour arrives. This brewery also has a distillery next door that can be visited. Discounted purchases are available.
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Hawthorne Ln & Industrial Drive, West Chicago, IL 60185 MoreLess Info
The 358-acre West Chicago Prairie Forest Preserve is a nature preserve that features 2-miles of hiking trails that can be used for running and walking. The park is the home of 622 different plant and animal species.
The center offers guided tours of exhibits that depict the history of Wisconsin cheese making. The museum tour includes a video presentation of a modern day manufacturing plant making cheese, and a gift bag.
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2400 State Highway 69, New Glarus, WI 53574 MoreLess Info
This small brewery uses only natural ingredients to produce their handcrafted beers. There are both self-guided and 'Hard Hat' tours available along with a tasting room and a gift shop. Tasting room samples are available for a fee. A Military ID gets you free tastings.
At the Green County Welcome Center, visitors can check out the National Historic Cheesemaking Museum and the Milk House Gift Shop. While there, guests can learn all about the cheese making process of the local community.