There are a lot of fun and interesting new exhibits open to enjoy! We rounded up each new temporary exhibit and immersive experience at several museums, zoos, and more so you can see what they have to offer… all in our New Exhibits and Immersive Experiences at Local Attractions list
The Kidlist calendar is sponsored by the Kane County Cougars who are offering all Kidlist fans BOGO reserved or lawn tickets this season! Click or tap on the image above and enter the Special Offer Code KIDLIST to receive this deal for any game you choose.
We’re thrilled to share all of the upcoming kid-friendly productions happening in Chicagoland this spring and summer season in our Kid-Friendly Theater Guide.
The lushly illustrated pages of Daniel Finds a Poem by Micha Archer come to life on large displays along a half-mile path that encourages children and their families to explore their surroundings and their inspirations. As you follow the story, you’ll discover that nature and poetry are all around if you take the time to...
Bring the family, and rest under the shade of a tree while a costumed interpreter shares lessons from the world of stories with different historic tales each week. Suggested admission donation of $5 per person ages 3 and up to enter the farm. All ages; under 18 with an adult. No registration.
Tour the farmhouse to see how families worked together to get spring planting done, and then watch (weather permitting) as the farmers work in fields and gardens planting the year’s crops. You might even get to help plant seeds in our kitchen garden. House tours begin at the top of the hour. Suggested admission donation...
30-minute program of stories, songs and fun activities in the Wagner Pavilion for children of all ages with an adult caregiver. In the event of inclement weather, Family Storytime will be moved indoors to Meeting Room A/B.
Enjoy an all-ages, Family Storytime on the Riverwalk filled with songs, rhymes and stories. In the event of inclement weather, this program will be held inside Nichols Library.
We do our best to provide comprehensive, accurate and useful information about events and activities. This information (such as times and locations) is gathered from press releases, websites, signs around town and word of mouth. However, details change and people make mistakes, so please confirm the details before you go. Kidlist is not responsible for any problems that occur while participating in activities listed on this site.
Click on the button above to submit an event for the Kidlist calendar. We welcome everyone to submit events, given that they are family-friendly events (no ongoing classes or camps) and are local for families in the western suburbs of Chicago. All submitted events are reviewed by the Kidlist team.