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kids’ fun


in the Aurora Area KIDS & FAMILY


Air Classics Museum of Aviation Aircraft, vehicles, uniforms and other aviation memorabilia from 1930s to the present. 44W546 Rt. 30, Sugar Grove 630.466.0888 airclassicsmuseum.org


Airtastic Play Land 10 inflatable play structures, party rooms, play areas. 850 S. Frontenac St., Aurora 630.851.7525 airtastic.com


Arts on Fire Paint your own pottery or take an art class.


623 Rt. 34, Plano 630.273.2119 artsonfireplano.com


Aurora Regional


Fire Museum Vintage firefighting equipment, memorabilia, interactive kiosks. 53 N. Broadway, Aurora 630.256.4140 auroraregionalfiremuseum.org


Aurora Skate Center 34W113 Montgomery Rd., Aurora 630.898.5830 skateaurora.com


Family Fun Center Sugar Grove


Go-karts, bumper boats and mini-golf, Oh My! 630.466.3866


sugargrovefamily funcenter.com


Batavia Depot Museum Housed in an 1854 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad depot. Exhibits include bed and dresser of Mary Todd Lincoln when she was a patient at Bellevue Place in 1875. 155 Houston St., Batavia 630.406.5274 bataviahistoricalsociety.org


Batavia Skate Park 411 S. River St., Batavia 630.879.5235 bataviaparks.org


Big Rock Historical Society Museum Artifacts from the century- old Plowing Match and Welsh immigrants. Limited hours, call in advance or visit their website. 48W445 Hinckley Rd., Big Rock 630.556.3604 bigrockhistoricalsociety.org


Blackberry Farm Living history museum where pioneer life is re-created through educational demonstrations and hands-on fun. Admission includes unlimited train rides, hay wagon, pedal tractors, paddle boats, carousel and ponies. Winter ice skating rink. 100 S. Barnes Rd., Aurora 630.892.1550 foxvalleyparkdistrict.org


Bliss House Museum Historical exhibits about the Village of Sugar Grove and surrounding area. Open Tuesdays 1-4 pm or by appointment. 259 Main St., Sugar Grove 630.466.9726 sugargrovehistory.org


Sugar Grove


David L. Pierce Art &


History Center Rotating innovative art exhibits. Historical photographs, books, maps and other memorabilia related to the rich history of Aurora. 20 E. Downer Pl., Aurora 630.256.3340 aurora-il.org/publicarts


Dickson-Murst Farm 1940s living history farm. Call ahead or visit website for open dates. 2550 Dickson Rd., Montgomery 630.553.0687 theconservationfoundation.org


Features a variety of interactive exhibits designed to educate and entertain children, families, and firefighters. 630.256.4140


Fire Musuem Aurora


auroraregional firemuseum.org


Aurora Regional


48 Aurora Area Go Guide


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