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Burgers, beers, and BBQ chicken are a few of the menu options offered at McNally's Irish Pub, a traditional Irish pub popular among local residents. Pub food and a full drink menu are what make this pub a popular one.
First built in 1926, Arcada Theatre has served as a home for live performing arts and concerts for over eight decades. Notable performers like Jerry Lewis, George Burns and Gracie Allen, and Vincent Price have taken the stage here.
The St Charles Heritage Center is a community center that as the goal of collecting, preserving, and presenting the history of St. Charles. The museum provides educational programs, exhibits, and articles to the community.
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101 S 3rd Street, St. Charles, IL 60174 MoreLess Info
Providing classes for all ages and skill levels, 3rd Street Dance & Theater Academy teaches visitors how to dance in the styles of ballet, jazz, and tap. The academy hosts an annual recital where visitors can watch students perform.
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215 East Main Street, St. Charles, IL MoreLess Info
Filled with Civil War displays, St. Charles Heritage Center is a historic building that feature a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits. Visitors can learn about the first settlers to the area and about life in the 1920s.
Running along Fox River, Pottawatomie Park provides access for fishing and boating and also has a trail along the river. The park features a miniature golf course, playgrounds, picnic areas, sports facilities and an amphitheater for events.
Showcasing the performing arts for over 40 years, The Albright Theatre Company hosts productions of both famous and original plays and musicals. Many of the actors are volunteers from the local community.