If you’ve never visited the amazing Larsen Light Show, or if it’s been several years since you enjoyed it, there are changes that you’ll want to know about before driving out to Elburn this year!
From “White Christmas” to “Elf” to “The Polar Express,” Go West has you covered on where to see your favorite holiday classics on the big screen in Chicago’s western suburbs.
Here’s your 2016 guide to holiday-themed storytimes and crafts in Chicago’s far western suburbs, including Aurora, Elgin, Naperville, Geneva, Oswego, Bolingbrook and more!
Here’s the 2016 Go West Guide to Great Christmas Light Displays in Chicago’s Western Suburbs, brought to you by Arrowhead Restaurant & Bar in Wheaton, where kids eat free every Wednesday.
Santa Claus, parades, light shows, carriage rides, chestnuts and reindeer visits — our Go West Holiday Guide has something for everyone!
Admission is free during Cosley Zoo’s annual Festival of Lights and Tree Sales, which makes for a special holiday tradition. For a small fee, kids can visit with Santa during “Santa’s Craft Corner” on select Saturdays.
Whether you’re looking for a breakfast, dinner or a casual donut date with Santa, this guide has you covered for Christmas 2016 in Chicago’s far western suburbs!
If your family plans to cut your own Christmas tree this holiday season, these farms in northern Illinois come reader recommended!
If you would like to include the classic ballet “The Nutcracker” in your family’s holiday plans, here are more than 10 different productions to choose from in Chicago and its suburbs.
Here’s a list of creative, free ideas for places where your kids can play indoors in Chicago’s western suburbs when the weather outside is too cold or rainy.