Oak Park





The Village of Oak Park is a suburb about 8 miles west of downtown Chicago. With 4.5 square miles of area and population of 52,000, Oak Park attracts visitors from metropolitan Chicago and from all over the country to its rich historical buildings including Ernest Hemingway Birthplace and Frank Lloyd Wright's homes. In addition, Oak Park also features galleries, studios, antique shops, events, and many dining and shopping options.


  • Art: Oak Park Arts District, , Oak Park Public Library
  • Garden: Oak Park Conservatory
  • Museums & Landmarks: Ernest Hemingway Birthplace, Ernest Hemingway Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple, Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest, Pleasant Home, The "Heart of Oak Park" Architectural Walking Tour, Wonder Works a Children's Museum in Oak Park
  • Performing Art: Lake Theatre, Oak Park Festival Theatre, Oak Park Concert Chorale, Village Players Performing Arts Center.
  • Shopping & Dinning: The Avenue Shops and Restaurants




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