Hanover Park is a village in Cook and DuPage counties in the U.S. state of Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. The population was 37,973 at the 2010 census. Ontarioville is a neighborhood within the village.
Restaurants in Hanover Park
4.5 based on 111 reviews
I absolutely love this quaint winery and the wine selection, especially the fruit wine. The winery in Roselle is small and quaint and offers wine tasting at a great price. The fruit wines are the best, especially the blueberry and strawberry. As of recently, their wines are sold at a department store in Chicago, and I couldn’t be happier. Great wines, nice history, and great gifts available!
4.5 based on 77 reviews
I've never been to the Taj Mahal in India. I have been to the B'ai Temple in Wilmette. But I've never seen anything like BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir off Highway 59 in northwest suburban Bartlett. Opened in 1953, it is a traditional Hindu place of worship built by the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha. It is a religious sect headed by Pramukh Swami Maharaj. The magnificent complex is built of hand carved Italian marble and Turkish limestone. The Mandir is the largest of its kind in Illinois and was constructed according to guidelines outlined in ancient Hindu texts of temple architecture. The complex covers over 27 acres and, in addition to the Mandir, includes a Haveli and a small bookstore. The Haveli is a cultural center in which weekly congregations are held. The Mandir is open daily for worship and to visitors. Extraordinary steps were taken to construct the Mandir. The limestone and marble stones were quarried in Turkey and Italy and shipped to India, where they were hewn and carved by 2,000 craftsmen. In total, 70,000 cubic feet of stone was chiseled and shaped with intricate patterns and designs. Once the stones were sculpted, they were shipped to Chicago and fitted together like a jigsaw puzzle. The Mandir occupies 22,000 square feet and is 78 feet high, 112 feet wide and 215 feet long. It is topped by 16 domes and has 151 pillars, 117 arches, five pinnacles and four balconies and took over 16 months to complete. It is a beautiful, peaceful place, regardless of your religious and cultural background, well worth visiting.
5 based on 93 reviews
We love the 135 acres of fields,forests, marshes and streams right off Schaumburg, Road in the Village itself. Also the fact that this is the way the area was 100 years ago in this area. There are 3 miles of paths ( all handicapped accessible) and flowers of all kinds. In addition for the children, there is the Bison's Bluff Nature Playground that is always filled with kids having a great time in a nature set up.
There is a Nature Center, a Heritage Farm, and an old Log Cabin to explore and learn what was going on 100 years ago when this was a small German Village. In addition 4 times during the year there are special "Highlights" available. And all year there are things going on at the Nature Center and the Heritage Farm.
Hours vary during the year, but normally 8 to 8 in the Summer Season and 8 to 5 in the Winter Season; and the whole thing is FREE!
We love to come for a walk, and the Grand kids love to walk, see,learn and play at the Playground!! This is an Attraction Not to be Missed!
5 based on 106 reviews
When I first saw the Gail Borden Public Library I was so impressed with the building. And the location near the Fox River adds to its beauty. The amenities offered by this library to the community are extensive. Of course you can check out books, but they also offer classes on how to use various types of computers, they offer educational programs and hold community meetings there. It is a resource of unlimited information. Elgin is so fortunate to have such an amazing library.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Been to this theater several times. They do NOT show "first run" movies. The seats are powered recliners in all theaters. It's decently clean. The screens are as large as in any average cineplex. Sound quality is ok.
If you want to see a picture on the big screen instead of your TV at a reasonable price, this is the place.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
iPic presents our guests with a unique movie experience where they can relax and escape with great comfort, hospitality and amenities.
We visit IPIC Theater about twice a month, its the only place we like to see movies at! The premium plus seats are incredibly comfortable and they come with a pillow and blanket. Plus with push button food service you are always spoiled!
4.5 based on 38 reviews
We went to Kline Creek Farm for their Country Fair day over the Labor Day holiday. We had a great time touring the grounds and participating in the "Fair" activities. This is a beautiful place to take family pictures too. Wonderful to support a historical gem and show your children a by gone era.
4 based on 53 reviews
I already have submitted a review on Sears Centre Arena. It has been published. Why did TripAdvisor place this subject on my website again? They don't bother to explain their mistakes or oversights. They do a lot of dumb things. This is just one of them. But, for the record, Sears Centre Arena has became a popular venue for high school basketball in Illinois, a site for sectional and supersectional competition. The students and players love it because it is much larger that a high school gym and offers a big-time feeling, like playing in United Center or Madison Square Garden. And there is plenty of parking. The facility is very convenient, located just off the I-290 expressway in Hoffman Estates.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
As a surprise for my son's good grades I purchased a group package on Groupon for snowboarding lessons. Of course we picked the only warm day and the place was packed! Yes they could use more help at the rental station and someone to organize the meeting places better for lessons however once we told a worker that we couldn't find our group as the rental place took 40 minutes he gave us a private lesson and that was wonderful! The instructor was a teenager who knew his stuff and really helped my son while talking to him at his level. This winter I plan to give him private lessons again as I highly recommend these!! I called this place a hidden gem because it really is hidden but also its local and you don't have to drive to WI to get a similar snowboarding experience! My last suggestion would be more help at the snack station too. Whether you are snowboarding and coming in starving or an observer which I was you need faster service here!
Overall I recommend! I hope this review helps someone :)
4.5 based on 20 reviews
I would not recommend this course for little ones or anyone that is experiencing a mobility issue. There are many steps after hole 7, narrow bridges, and non level greens.
On the plus side, there are several water hazards, multi level holes, and over and under options.
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