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  • Niabi Zoo
    The Niabi Zoo houses 900 animals from 160 species hailing from a quintet of continents on its 40-acre grounds. Accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, this Midwestern menagerie abides by rigorous standards for bird and beast welfare. Traverse the educational trails, sighting zebras, ostriches, and giraffes trying on oversized bowties in the African exhibit or large cats such as the jaguar, leopard, and bengal tiger. The Niabi Zoo also protects 200 acres of area land for native wildlife preservation and bocce-ball tournaments.
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    13010 Niabi Zoo Rd
    Coal Valley, IL US
  • Anderson Japanese Gardens
    After traveling to Japan in 1966 and to the Portland Japanese Garden soon thereafter, John Anderson found himself inspired by the country's lush landscape and tranquil gardens. In 1978, after returning to his home in Rockford, he partnered with expert designer Hoichi Kurisu to begin constructing Anderson Japanese Gardens?12 acres of paths, plants, and streams, as soothing as those John visited in Japan. The gardens still encourage a sense of calm and thoughtful reflection, as guided and self-guided tours stroll past undulating waterfalls, trickling across colorful flowers, beneath arched bridges, and over lily pads. Fruit blossoms on trees and bushes, sculptures stand very still, and koi fish flit about in a pond. On Thursdays, participants read from scripture, listen to music, and meditate during worship services, and a series of classes held onsite, such as origami and tai chi, impart Japanese traditions.
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    318 Spring Creek Road
    Rockford, IL US
  • Summerfield Zoo
    In 1990, the owners of Summerfield Farm set aside part of their grounds and turned it into a zoo. Since then, they have introduced countless visitors to some 200- plus animals: monkeys, camels, zebras, and mountain lions, just to name a few. While Summerfield offers a unique, intimate viewing experience to guests across its 17-acre facility, the staff also showcases up-close interactions during animal encounter presentations. Summerfield Zoo also has a petting zoo, and visitors can ride ponies and feed baby goats with bottles.
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    3088 Flora Rd.
    Belvidere, IL US
  • Abbey Farms of Marmion Abbey
    For more than 50 years, the monks of Marmion Abbey have tended 300 acres of farmland. They started with Christmas trees, and now maintain 120 acres of pines, spruces, and firs that smell exactly like car freshener. On the remaining acres, they tend pumpkin vines and corn mazes, interspersing these areas with scenic groves. Throughout the year, the monks open their land to the public. In the autumn, they host Pumpkin Daze, a harvest festival with tractor wagon rides and a petting zoo. Around mid-November, they grant access to their tree farm, supplying visitors with rental saws for you-cut trees and bellowing "Timber!" just like Paul Bunyan did when he fell into bed at night. The monks stock their farm store with family-friendly products from local artists and handcrafted goods that complement the season, such as caramel apples in the fall.
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    850 Butterfield Rd.
    Aurora, IL US
  • National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
    The Mississippi River meanders its way through the midwestern United States, fed by dozens of tributaries on its 2,500-mile sojourn from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium pays tribute to this mighty waterway with an array of immersive exhibits. Six large aquariums house river creatures from all over the world?giant catfish, turtles, and sturgeons?as well as saltwater inhabitants such as sharks, rays, and the retired cast of One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. A touch tank invites little ones to handle snails, freshwater mussels, and crawfish. The Woodward Wetland gives vistiors a boardwalked path through a natural river ecosystem. Equally sensory is the 3D or 4D theater, which screens popular kids' flicks and documentaries. Other interactive exhibits allow visitors to pilot a barge, learn about floods, and walk along a 92-foot map of the river. Not all the museum's stars have fins, however. The National Rivers Hall of Fame honors the famous Americans who lived or worked along the Mississippi, such as Abraham Lincoln and Mark Twain. The Fred W. Woodward Riverboat Museum similarly offers a closer look at the historic schooners that once traversed the waterway.
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    350 E 3rd St.
    Dubuque, IA US
  • Siegel's Cottonwood Farm
    Stalks of corn sway in the breeze and bales of hay crisp up in the afternoon sun at Siegel's Cottonwood Farm. Every year, this farm celebrates autumn with a massive cornfield maze that's always cut into a creative new design. This year, families will be navigating stalks patterned like Wrigley Fields 100th Anniversary while smaller explorers tackle the two-acre Spookley "Anti-Bullying" corn maze. After escaping the mazes, visitors can take a hayride to the U-pick pumpkin field, where bright orange pumpkins grow on twisting vines. Throughout the farm, children play on the giant slide and climbing wall, pigs and goats highlight their favorite passages of Animal Farm in the petting zoo, and a massive troll named Bobo emerges from a castle to tell the story of Jack and the Sleeping Giant. For a spookier experience, the paintball ride takes intrepid passengers on a half-mile trip in an Army troop-carrier truck equipped with paintball guns. Along the way, zombies pursue the truck and riders must shoot them with paintballs to avoid being gobbled up. Additional attractions include three play areas and Lexi?s Jumpin? Blob Jamboree.
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    17250 S Weber Rd.
    Crest Hill, IL US

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