- TripBuzz found 647 things to do with kids in or near Glenview, Illinois, including 623 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Oak Park and Evanston.
- From Kohl Children's Museum to Flick Outdoor Pool, the Glenview area offers 110 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Swimming Pool, Playgrounds and Skating Rinks.
- Recognized as a suburban village north of downtown Chicago, Glenview is a residential community that is home to various family-friendly parks and many species of wildlife. Visitors can enjoy the areas forest preserves and Farmer's Markets that take place throughout the year, as well as the local museum, theatre and shopping.
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There 16 permanent exhibitions at the Kohl Children's Museum, from domains such as Adventure in Art, Car Care, and Pet Vet. Special programs are organized in here all around the year, while it can also support special private events, such as birthday parties.
Offering recreational classes for ages 4 months to 12 years, The Little Gym of Glenview provides children with engaging opportunities to play and gain confidence in their abilities. These classes include gymnastics, sports, dancing, karate, and more.
A large indoor water park, Splash Landing Aquatic Center features a variety of aquatic amenities. The facility has a lap pool, a zero depth pool, a whirlpool, a therapy pool, and a play area with water slides.
The Roosevelt Outdoor Pool is a public pool open to local residents during the warmer months of the year. A large play pool with zero-depth entry, deep water drop slides, and a 5-lane activity pool are among the facilities available.
Roosevelt park has plenty of sun, shade, and amenities to keep small and large crowds busy for hours. The park includes a fieldhouse for large get togethers, 4 ball fields, 3 tennis courts, 1 basketball court, and 2 football fields.
Going to the Historic Wagner Farm can be a bit of a learning experience. Visitors can learn about livestock, crops, participate in special events, and visit the heritage center to take part in some interactive exhibits.
A fenced-in section of Gallery Park, Little Bear Garden is designed for smaller children to play and explore. There is a storytelling corner that often features live storytelling, as well as a shrubbery maze and a splash play area.
Community Bark West is a fenced, off-leash park with separate small dog area within the larger main park. The park features walking paths, fountains for dogs and people, shelter for shade and inclement weather and waste disposal bags and receptacles.