Schaumburg: Galleries, Sculptures and Kid Friendly Activities
A northwestern suburb in Chicago and a member of the Golden Corridor, Schaumburg, IL was named after a German settler in the 1800s. It is the home of the popular Woodfield Mall that happens to be the second most visited attraction in the whole of Illinois. Flights are serviced at the Schaumburg Regional Airport situated 25 miles from the main city. Paved trails, pools and a bustling nightlife are just a few of the experiences you can look forward to in the city. Native American culture and arts are celebrated in the museums and festivities that are regularly celebrated in the region.
Best Time to Visit
Septemberfest is one of the busiest festivals celebrated in Schaumburg. July would be a busy time of the year to go with the Itasca 4th of July Fireworks Show celebrated annually. The best time to go would be during mid-June to September when the weather is perfect to join the numerous festivities celebrated in the region.