- The list below includes 709 free or cheap things to do in or near Bloomingdale, Illinois, including 109 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Parks and Hiking Trails.
- From Spring Creek Reservoir - Forest Preserve Dist of DuPage County to Bloomingdale Park District, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bloomingdale and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Oak Park and Evanston.
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4N739 State Highway 59, Bartlett, IL 60103 MoreLess Info
A Hindu place of worship, the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir was built by the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, which is a major organization of the Swaminarayan Sect. The temple showcases an impressive limestone and intricately carved marble façade.
Featuring a line up of the most up-to-date films, Marcus Addison Cinema is a full-service theater with concessions offering sandwiches, pizza, popcorn, snacks and coffee. Beer and spirits are also served at their on-site lounge.
Melding together an arcade and bar experience, Dave & Buster's has a multitude of games and drinks for adults to choose from. It offers specials on almost every day of the week; including ½ price games on Wednesdays.
Guests can enjoy trampolines with basketball and dodge ball, a foam pit, and an arcade at Xtreme Trampolines. The trampolines are sectioned off by age groups for safety and they also offer trampoline classes.
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Swift Road, Lombard, IL 60139 MoreLess Info
A canine recreation facility, East Branch Forest Preserve Dog Off-Leash Area features open grassy fields as well as access to the water for swimming. The area also offers dog waste bags, benches and unpaved trails for walking.
One of the most popular recreational facilities that is operated by the city is known as the Centennial Rec Center which was formerly called Centennial Park. Within the area, visitors can enjoy ball fields, soccer fields, a 10,000-square-foot gymnasium, a group fitness studio, and an indoor pool.
A village in DuPage County, Illinois, The Village of Carol Stream has a population of around 40,000 people. The village features public parks and playgrounds, as well as a variety of restaurants and shops.
Open only on nights during the Halloween season, Disturbia Screams in the Park is a haunted house that aims to terrify, and may be too scary for small children. Occupants of the haunted rooms include clowns and cannibal hillbillies.
Newberry Park has two playgrounds and each has appropriate age-sized slides, bridges and monkey bars. The bigger playground has a faux rock 'mountain,' a climbing wall, and a telescope with swings in a separate area of the park.