- Our list of the best things to do in Lincolnshire, Illinois, features the top 692 nearby activities — including 274 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Watson's Wild West Museum is a recreation of an old American western general store filled with antiques and collectibles from the late 1800s. The owner, Cowboy Doug, provides exhibit tours and tells stories of the old west.
Opened in 1965, the NIU Huskie Stadium is a 30,998 seat multipurpose stadium and home to the NIU Huskies. The stadium features a dual lighting system, a scoreboard with an 11-by-15-foot video display system, and concessions areas.
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At Watson's Wild West Dinner Theater and Western Museum, visitors can enjoy a theatrical performance while enjoying broasted chicken, coffee, pink lemonade, and fudge brownies. The location's optional shows include Mark Twain, Ranger Jim, the Cayuse Cowboys, and the Musical Show by KG and The Ranger.
Dekalb Park District features a number of parks and facilities. Parks offer a wide range of recreational activities including playgrounds, soccer fields, golf courses, sports complexes' and historic museum flower gardens.
A live performance venue with a community focus, the Theatre at the Center presents a seasonally-changing slate of dramatic productions. Performances include dramas, musicals, and a special program of plays for young audiences.
With 16 state-of-the-art Marcus Digital Xperience auditoriums, the South Shore Cinema is a movie theater that also serves food. A few of the auditoriums in the theater offer Digital 3D movies and also are equipped with stadium seating.
Consisting of an expansive field, Franklin Woods Nature Center offers visitors a multipurpose sports area for soccer and football. The park is surrounded by trees and has a covered pavilion that hosts picnics and other events.