Experience something new every day.
So many museums. Great ways to enrich your mind. Festivals and events to attend with family and friends. Whether you’ve long loved Elmhurst or you’re discovering it for the first time, you’ll find lots to enjoy.
Don’t miss these area favorites, many within a few minutes of Park Place:
American Movie Palace Museum
The museum houses the Theatre Historical Society of America, the only U.S. organization to record and preserve the architecture, culture, and social history of America’s theatres.
College of DuPage
Learn a second language. Take an online course. Discover new ways to enrich your mind, body, and spirit — do all this and more through the college’s diverse continuing education program.
Elmhurst Art Museum
Designed to complement the historic McCormick House, the Elmhurst Art Museum specializes in late 20th-century American art.
Elmhurst City Centre
Explore a main street setting complemented with dining, shopping, and special events that everyone can enjoy.
Continue your education through one of the many adult programs offered at this prestigious, well-known academic institution.
Elmhurst Historical Museum
The Elmhurst Historical Museum acquires, preserves, and interprets original materials related to the history of Elmhurst — from its settlement to the present.
Elmhurst Park District
Golf, fitness, park adoption programs, the Wilder Park Conservatory, and more make Elmhurst parks a source of community pride.
Elmhurst Public Library
Newspapers and magazines, audiobooks and e-books, and adult book discussions are just the beginning of the resources and activities offered.
Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra
Indulge in your love of classical music, or volunteer at Elmhurst’s award-winning community orchestra.
The Lizzadro Museum of lapidary art displays gemstone treasures created by ancient craftsmen as well as contemporary artists.
Festivals and year-round events give area residents multiple opportunities to connect with their community, family, and friends.
York Woods Forest Preserve
Fish, picnic, hike, or simply enjoy the scenery on this well-cared-for 75-acre preserve.