Naperville: A Vibrant City in the Midwest
Settled in the west of Chicago, Naperville, Illinois is a vibrant thriving city which ranks as top community in the US to live in. The city is a hub of high technology firms, factories and retailers as well as home-based business. But aside from all these amenities of a modern city, the city is rich with historical attractions including the Naperville Settlement, which is an outdoor museum spread out over 12 acres of land that showcase Naperville’s history as a pioneer outpost. Visitors can fly in the city via Naper Aero Club Airport or via O’Hare International Airport.
Best Time to Visit
For almost half of the year, Naperville has cold weather. The Best time to visit to check out the city’s tourist attractions is during the warmest months from June to August. During this time tourists from Chicago, the nearby well know city, also check out the city for a side trip, so if you are visiting during this busy months, be sure to book your Naperville, IL hotels ahead of time to secure your accommodation.
What to Do & Area Attractions
One of the unique sight to see in the city is the Morton Arboretum, which is an outdoor museum which spans 1,700 acres and has a library, tree research program and herbarium. The museum also offers activities like hiking and cycling trail. If you want to be on the center of the city’s attractions you can stay in Hotel Indigo Naperville Riverwalk which is walking distance from Naper Settlement Outdoor Museum and Centennial Beach. If you want a charming home away from your home you can stay in Harisson House Bed and Breakfast a clapboard house built in 1904 and located walking distance to the Naperville Riverwalk and Cantigny Park.