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  • Johansen Farms
    Johansen Farms started more than 85 years ago, when Hans Johansen and his family immigrated to Illinois from Copenhagen. Upon their arrival, the family started to grow and sell flowers and vegetables, slowly transforming their business from a roadside farm stand into a flourishing plant empire. Today, sunlight filters into Johansen Farms? 24 greenhouses, illuminating scarlet petals and verdant tendrils as they rise from beds of moist earth. Within these humid growing centers, gardeners cultivate more than 2,000 varieties of plants and flowers, from blooming annuals to hearty grasses. Guests meander at will, stopping to sniff baby flower buds and eye appetizing fruits and veggies.
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    710 W Boughton Rd.
    Bolingbrook, IL 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
  • 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
  • Sarah's Stables, Inc
    Through Sarah's Stables, Inc., riders on horseback have access to more than 25 miles of lush trails. Beginners can meet one of 30 horses and learn how to ride while more advanced students practice competitive maneuvers. An onsite stable also offers boarding for long-term residents, giving horses access to indoor and outdoor arenas along with premium hay and feed.
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    8220 S Kean Ave.
    Willow Springs, IL US
  • Wheaton Park District
    In Wheaton, a day at the park is never the same twice?unless, of course, you want it to be. The Wheaton Park District maintains 53 facilities that encompass everything from pools to hiking trails that weave through the area's lush outdoors. With just a glance at a few of its destinations and attractions, it becomes apparent that the district is serious about its commitment to "enrich the quality of community life." The Prairie Path Minigolf Course and The Rail, for instance, take up residence at Clocktower Commons. Here, 18 mini-golf holes wind past a central water feature while a 12,000-square-foot skate park lets inline skaters and skateboarders practice tricks that are simply too rad for their parents' driveways. Wheaton Park District also includes The DuPage County Historical Museum and the Cosley Zoo, where a trip into the barn introduces visitors to goats, wooly llamas, and other local wildlife.
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    102 E Wesley St
    Wheaton, IL US
  • Ernest Hemingway Foundation
    The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park fosters understanding of the life and work of Ernest Hemingway, with emphasis on his Oak Park origins and his impact on world literature. We run the Hemingway Birthplace Home and the Hemingway Museum, plus offering scholarly and popular programming and entertainment year-round.
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    200 North Oak Park Avenue
    Oak Park, IL US

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