Things To Do In Mundelein


$69 for Three Private Horseback-Riding Lessons at Pine Grove Equestrian Center (Up to $150 Value)

Pine Grove Equestrian Center

Pine Grove Equestrian Center

Horseback-riding lessons that focus on safety and efficient riding

$150 $69

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One Month or Two Weeks of Unlimited Group Personal-Training Sessions at Athletic Revolution (82% Off)

Athletic Revolution

Athletic Revolution

Certified trainers combine resistance and functional training into customized programs that help clients increase strength and tone muscles

$329 $59

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$24 for Four Indoor Amusement Center Passes at Party Fantasy ($40 Value)

Party Fantasy

Multiple Locations

Kids leap atop inflatables, ascend rock-climbing wall, race in go karts, and play games in video arcade

$10 $6

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Roller-Skating Package for 2, 4, or 6 with Rental Skates and Snacks at Just for Fun Roller Rink (Up to 70% Off)

Just For Fun Roller Rink

Multiple Locations

Roller skates careen across hardwood floors while popular music plays; packages include popcorn and drinks

$25 $9

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Gymnastics Classes for Toddlers, 2-Year-Olds, 3–4-Year-Olds, or Kindergartners at Gym Spot (Up to 51% Off)

Gym Spot

Gym Spot

Students learn stretching, tumbling, balance beam, and bars, as well as life skills such as hand-eye coordination and cooperation

$121 $59

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$35 for a Six-Week Kids' Golf Program from The First Tee Greater Chicago ($75 Value). 14 Sessions Available.

First Tee Greater Chicago

Multiple Locations

Girls and boys ages 7–17 learn golf skills while developing strong values during spring and summer classes

$75 $35

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  • Tighthead Brewing Company
    Tighthead Brewing Company owner and brewmaster Bruce Dir?a tighthead prop back in his rugby days?taps nearly two decades of personal and professional brewing experience and transforms it into beer. His brewery regularly churns out several types of beer seen in local bars and restaurants, including Comfortably Blonde ale, Scarlet-Fire and Irie IPA named for its viability as a session beer. Attached to the brewery is a tap room, where guests can enjoy pints while watching games or catching up with friends. The watering hole also dispenses take-home growlers of any of the beers on tap, which include several experimental and theoretically impossible beers only available at the brewery. Though not a restaurant, the tap room keeps a stack of menus from local restaurants on hand, and orders delivery from them when asked.
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    161 North Archer Avenue
    Mundelein, IL US
  • Chicagoland Bowling
    If you've been bowling in Chicago, chances are pretty good you've been to a Chicagoland Bowling establishment. With member centers from the north to the south, the organization connects pin destroyers all over the city. The advantages of this network include tournaments that span the entire region, scholarship programs for talented youth bowlers, and a cornucopia of options for clowns who juggle bowling pins.
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    900 S. Lake Street
    Mundelein, IL US
  • Barefoot Bay Family Aquatic Center
    Rock climbing is exhausting. By the time you get to the top of the wall, you might want nothing more than to let go and fall into a pool of refreshing, crystalline water. Unfortunately, that's not possible at most climbing gyms?but it's a signature attraction at Barefoot Bay Family Aquatic Center. The park's AquaClimb water wall looms over a pool, beckoning climbers to scale its height and then drop with a splash. Thrill seekers might also enjoy the enclosed body flume slide?a slippery ride in total darkness that ends with a watery plunge. But if you'd rather relax or reenact Moby?Dick in slow motion, then floating down the 740-foot lazy river in an inner tube might be more your speed. Elsewhere in the family-oriented center are slides and pools for all ages, including a wading pool for toddlers, a lap pool for working out, and a deep well for divers. When you're tired of swimming, head to the shaded concession area for a snack or a kick back in a complimentary lounge chair for a nap.
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    1461 N Midlothian Rd.
    Mundelein, IL US
  • First Tee Greater Chicago
    With nearly 200 chapters worldwide, The First Tee uses the game of golf to instill in local children positive life skills and a love of physical activity. The organization recognizes that life between the ages of 5 and 17 can be full of new experiences and difficult challenges?one might call them hazards?and organizes its on-course curriculum to help teach Nine Core Values that can be carried throughout life. The list includes things like honesty, which covers telling the truth about scores; integrity, which teaches that players should never move their ball even if no one is looking; and perseverance, which instructs youngsters to never give up even if that means diving after a ball into a water hazard. The organization brings kids together to put these values into practice at summer camps and after-school sessions throughout the year.
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    20800 West Hawley Street
    Mundelein, IL US
  • Just For Fun Roller Rink
    Booming top 40 hits echo throughout Just for Fun Roller Rink?s two vast arenas, amping up the entertainment as skaters glide and showcase moves in open-skate sessions and parties. The glittering of disco balls and the surreal glow of black lights transform the colored wheels of rental roller skates, speed skates, or roller blades into vibrant blurs as they spin across polished floors. While smooth movers hold hands and stack themselves into speedy human pyramids, video-game enthusiasts can get their fix at the arcade games along the side of the rink, and food enthusiasts can whet their palate with pizza, hot dogs, and snacks. Come Saturday night, the rink transforms into a live-music venue for local bands, and on holidays and special occasions such as New Year's Eve, Halloween, and Insomniac-Appreciation Day it puts on all-night celebrations.
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    139 N Seymour Ave
    Mundelein, IL US
  • Gym Spot
    The coaches at Gym Spot have trained several award-winning state and regional gymnasts, as well as recreational gymnasts. However, they also train babies. Their curriculum covers classes for children as young as 12 months, as they believe that a gymnastics education develops universal life skills, not just the ability to win medals. Their preschool sessions allow toddlers to work with their parents or on their own, depending on age, as they practice hand-eye coordination and cooperation. As for children in 1st through 8th grade, they participate in activities that align with the USA Gymnastics program, including tumbling, vaulting, balance beam, and bars. Students who hope to compete, meanwhile, work on graduating each successive USAG level.
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    915 Tower Rd.
    Mundelein, IL US

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