Tours in Lindenhurst

Admission to "Devil's Nightmare" and "Blind Madness" Haunts for 2, 4 or 6 at the Factory of Fear (Up to 38% Off)

Factory of Fear

Racine

Endure the dreadful sights and sounds of a 25,000 sq. ft., century-old warehouse with two frightening haunts this Halloween season

$40 $25

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six, or VIP Fast Passes for Two to Evil Intentions Haunted House (Up to 54% Off)

Evil Intentions Haunted House

Elgin

20,000-square-foot multilevel haunted house remarked for its paranormal activity features room after room of terrifying attractions

$50 $25

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Three-Hour Elgin Cemetery Ghost Hunt for Two or Four from Haunted Hometowns (51% Off)

Haunted Hometowns, Corp.

Elgin

Ghost-seekers walk through moon-lit cemeteries in the dead of night during tour as guides relate tales of local specters

$90 $45

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Two, Four, or Six Admissions to Nightmare on Chicago Street on Saturday, October 25 (Up to 47% Off)

Nightmare on Chicago Street

Downtown Elgin

The area is transformed into a post-apocalyptic landscape where zombies roam freely as festgoers party into the night

$20 $12

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40-Minute Ride in a Extra 300L Stunt Airplane or T-6 Texan Trainer Warplane from Gauntlet Warbirds (41% Off)

Gauntlet Warbirds

Sugar Grove

A seasoned flight instructor leads a 40-minute joy ride aboard an Extra 300L aerobatic plane or a T-6 Texan warplane

$440 $259

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Admission for Two or Four to Wheaton's Haunted Halloween Flea Market on Oct. 25 (50% Off)

Wheaton's Haunted Halloween Flea Market

DuPage County Fair Grounds

Costumed guests explore antiques and collectibles, partake in zombie crawl and dance, and ride a haunted hay ride

$14 $7

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Compare Transport LLC dispatches a fleet of clean, punctual taxi vehicles for general and airport transportation around Chicagoland. Most of the company’s drivers have decades of experience, and their language fluency includes Polish, French, Greek, and Spanish, allowing them to easily serve and transport their customers.

23w300 North Ave
Glen Ellyn,
IL
US

Single-seat Formula K go-karts sidle beside two-seaters on Kristof Entertainment Center's family-friendly driving track. After letting the wind tussle hair, friends and families compete on the 18-hole scenic miniature-golf course replete with challenging holes and flanked by waterfalls, fountains, and castles. In batting cages, baseballs and softballs hurl toward bat-wielders, and players send bowling balls careening toward pins across lanes during regular or cosmic bowling. Sports skills are further tested at seven billiards tables that leave ample opportunity for sinking in eight-balls, and the arcade's classic redemption games such as skee-ball facilitate fun and prizes. After exhausting all one's rounds of play, Kristof's Bar reenergizes visitors with Pepsi products and snacks while broadcasting sports on its many televisions.

421 W Rollins Rd.
Round Lake Beach,
IL
US

Designed for mature audiences, Realm of Terror's maze winds past zombies hovering over hospital patients and masked madmen adorned in scarlet-stained clothes. A creative team of filmmakers, makeup artists, and set designers collaborates on the gory, over-the-top attraction, which uses actors, strobe lighting, startlingly loud noises, and whispered Danzig lyrics to spook guests as they duck, climb, and crawl through. While waiting in line to enter the critically lauded haunted house, guests can sip beverages from an onsite bar, which is stocked with soft drinks and alcohol for visitors of drinking age.

421 W Rollins Rd
Round Lake Beach,
IL
US

When Chicagoans think of the Glunz name, they think of a good drink. It's hard not to when the family has been active in the wine business in the Chicago-area since 1888. In 1992, the family formed Glunz Family Winery & Cellars, a winery based in their hometown of Grayslake.

In the 20 years since that decision, they have created a roster of elegant table wine, fortified wine, specialty seasonal wine, and reserve wine, which includes chardonnay, pinot noir, and a zinfandel blend. They age their tawny port in specialty barrels for 10 years and isolate the sweetness of more than two pounds of raspberries to create every bottle of their dessert wine. Like a puppy dressed in an ugly christmas sweater, their traditional glogg?a blend of port, dry red wine, spices, and an orange peel?adds cheer to the dreary winter months.

Their true speciality, however, is their first family wine. Every spring, the family calls upon a 19th-century recipe to make their May wine, which is imbued with the fresh spring flavors of crisp green apples and cinnamon. At the winery's tasting room, guests can try samples of this wine and the others.

888 E Belvidere Rd
Grayslake,
IL
US

The casual dining room of Grande Lettys transports patrons to the heart of Mexico, surrounding them in painted murals depicting Mexican streets. There's just one more step needed to complete the teleportation: a bite of freshly made guacamole or a housemade tamale. And the eatery's enticing dinner or lunch plates deliver. Chefs cook enchiladas, burritos, and tacos with a choice of fillings, such as steak or a mixture of beans and cheese?which dexterous diners can use to make a sculpture of Pancho Villa. After meals, patrons aged 21 or older can stick around and play video casino games. Insider tip: order a container of a favorite salsa to take home.

1200 Main Street
Antioch,
IL
US

A family walks down a lane cut into a sprawling field of corn, striding confidently until they reach a fork. After a debate, they turn left, and eventually left again. A wooden bridge leapfrogs them to a new path, lined with rows of eerily similar corn stalks. Luckily, it's a balmy day, the blue sky striated with wispy clouds, and they're not in a hurry to emerge from the green ocean of corn.

From an observation deck nearby, the 28-acre cornfield looks like a postage stamp inside the 450-acre farm, which grows soybeans, corn, and more than 50,000 Christmas trees. Homesteaded in 1840, the land is now owned and worked by a third generation of Richardsons. The family wanted to welcome visitors to the farm to enjoy the rural, outdoorsy fun that could only fit on such a sprawling space. They planted the corn maze?among the world's largest?and devised other attractions such as a zipline and paintball gallery. Visitors can also cheer on racing pigs, pet animals in an interactive zoo, and participate in different maze games. In autumn families come to pick pumpkins and in winter they cut their own Christmas trees.

909 English Prairie Rd.
Spring Grove,
IL
US