Until it’s warm enough to swim outdoors in the summer heat, here’s a guide to indoor aquatic complexes in Chicago’s far western suburbs.
Our newest contributor takes her 4-year-old daughter on a daytrip to the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago, located in Schaumburg, and finds that there’s something new around every corner.
On a bitterly cold winter day, my family had a wonderful time at Brookfield Zoo – and it only cost us $10. By taking advantage of the zoo’s generous calendar of free days during the winter, you can have a great time at Brookfield on the cheap, too!
The latest in our “Indoor Play” series is a look at the weekly “Toddler Time” sessions offered at the Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Aurora. If you have a little kiddie with energy to spare, you’ll want to read this one!
The latest in our Indoor Play series is Fun Republic in St. Charles, a large, extremely clean spot that offers inflatables, pretend play areas, slides and a small train.
The new Children’s Discovery Room at the Aurora Regional Fire Museum offers opportunities for your kids to dress up as a firefighter, prepare meals for the firehouse and be a part of a bucket brigade!
Bounce Around, located inside the Fox Valley Mall in Aurora, is a new indoor play option, open seven days a week and offering unlimited play time per admission fee.
The DuPage Children’s Museum, closed since a flood in January, reopened on Saturday, Sept. 19, with a more open, brighter look.
More than eight months after suffering severe water damage, the DuPage Children’s Museum in Naperville has scheduled the date for its grand re-opening: Sept. 19, 2015.
The latest in our series of reader-submitted reviews of indoor play places is the “Nature Discovery Room” at Peck Farm Park Interpretative Center in Geneva. This small room offers nature-focused toys, puzzles, puppets and exhibits. It is free and open every day.