- TripBuzz discovered 112 different types of activities for couples in the Lombard area, including Parks (like Four Seasons Park), Movie Theaters (like AMC Yorktown Premium Cinema), Hiking Trails (like Great Western Trail) and Bowling (like Lucky Strike), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 736 date ideas in or near Lombard, Illinois, including 717 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Aurora and Oak Park.
Bricks Wood Fired Pizza 2770 Highland Avenue, Lombard, IL MoreLess Info
Students learn the tricks of the trade from an expert pizzaiolo during interactive classes paired with a glass of wine or craft beer
A children's theater company, Alphabet Soup Productions was founded in 1987. The company presents their own versions of classic fairy tales, as well as a variety of other productions with positive messages.
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80 Yorktown Shopping Ctr, Lombard, IL 60148 MoreLess Info
Utilizing IMAX and RealD 3D technology, AMC Yorktown Premium Cinema shows the latest independent and blockbuster films in its stadium style amphitheaters. The auditoriums feature cushioned chairs with a folding lap table for visitors to enjoy food on.
A movie theater with IMAX, AMC Yorktown 18 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, reclining chairs, reserved seats, a full bar and an AMC Red Kitchen with ordering via tablet.
Scatterbrained Art Gallery which features underground and stenciled art is the brain-child of artist Jeff Gorski, who got his start painting on broken skate boards. The art gallery supports local emerging artists by hosting their work and selling paint supplies.
With freestyle roller skating sessions available, Lombard Roller Skating Rink hosts skating classes and derby leagues at its indoor rink. On Mondays, the rink hosts Rhythm & Blues night, where adults can skate until midnight to R&B music.
Four Seasons Park offers a wide range of recreational activities including baseball, softball, basketball and sand volleyball courts. There is also a large pond for fishing as well as playgrounds, picnic areas and walking paths.
Great Western Trail follows 17 miles of an abandoned railway corridor. Today, the crushed limestone trail provides access for cyclists, walkers and joggers and in winter allows cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The trail also includes shelters and rest areas.