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Our
Top 10 Picks on Deer Park Must-DO & Must-SEE:



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Deer Park Town Center

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Six Flags Great America

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Downtown Chicago

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Medieval Times
1. Deer Park Town Center
Deer Park Town Center features over 70 of the most exclusive stores and restaurants in Chicago’s northwest suburbs. Located at the intersection of Rand (Route 12) & Long Grove Roads in Deer Park, IL, Deer Park Town Center is an easy drive from surrounding suburbs, downtown Chicago, O’Hare airport, or Wisconsin. Park in front of your favorite store and spend an hour or a day. At Deer Park Town Center, from A – Z, it all spells great shopping.

2. Six Flags Great America
Six Flags Great America features dozens of attractions including twelve roller coasters and a neighboring water park, Hurricane Harbor, that is included with admission.

3. Downtown Chicago
You’ll find magic in such sparkling Chicago attractions as Navy Pier – the Midwest’s top tourist destination – and its boardwalk, 150-foot Ferris wheel, boat and segway tours, and countless dining or shopping options. Millennium Park offers dazzling music, art, landscape design and architecture – including the mammoth stainless-steel Cloud Gate sculpture – plus ice skating in the winter, splashing around in the interactive Crown Fountain during summer, and alfresco dining from spring to fall.

4. Arlington Park Racetrack
For close to 80 years, Arlington Park Race Track, which is located in beautiful Arlington Heights, Illinois, has been home to some of the most exciting thoroughbred action in the country. Since opening their doors in 1927, when jockey Joe Bollero recorded the track's first victory on the horse known as Lexembourg, Arlington Park Race Track had their fair share of some of the most recognizable names in horse racing. Pretty much every somewhat serious horse racing betting enthusiast knows about the Arlington Park Race Track.

5. Long Grove Historic Village
This special little village retains all the character of its original farming community roots, with historic buildings, cobblestone walks and flowering gardens, set in a secluded rural atmosphere. And now, added to all the traditional favorites, Long Grove has an exciting new mix of attractions, offering contemporary goods and style, cool arts and entertainment, and festive spaces to fulfill the wishes of a whole new generation. For everyday shopping and dining or a mini-vacation, this is an easy “must-see” trip.

6. Allstate Arena
Allstate Arena hosts more than 150 events annually, attracting an average of 1.5 million audience members to witness some of the world's top musical performers, exciting sporting events and fun-for-everyone family entertainment.

7. Medieval Times
Step back in time with epic battles, jousting tournaments, royal feasts, knights and romance at the Medieval Times Castles

8. Lake Barrington Field House
The largest multi-sport facility in Illinois, the Field House is a state of the art indoor sport facility that meets the needs of the youth sports organizations and adult sport programs in the community.

9. Gurnee Mills Outlet Mall
23 million shoppers every year call Gurnee Mills the "Best in the Midwest!" Join them and save up to 70% everyday at over 200 retailers including Off 5th - Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Nike Factory Outlet, Bass Pro Shops and more.

10. Vehe Centennial Farm
Vehe Farm Community Park offers relaxing, free recreational opportunities for children and adults. There is a special emphasis on non-structured, nature-based recreation where visitors can interact with the site's natural environment at their own pace and interest level.

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