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Located off historic Route 66 right outside Chicago, Willowbrook is a charming village in DuPage County near Chicago’s Midway International Airport.


During spring and summer, Willowbrook offers visitors an array of activities, such as shopping, outdoor dining and exploring local parks. Plus, the Sleep and Fly program allows you to choose a Willowbrook hotel, park your car and take a free shuttle service to the airport whenever you need to travel. With free parking for up to 14 days included with an overnight stay, this is a great option for a long summer vacation.


With restaurants to satisfy everyone’s appetite, one of the area’s most coveted spots is Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket — a local favorite, founded in the 1940s, and made popular by travelers and explorers on Route 66. The diner has even been featured on the show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” with Guy Fieri.


The Village of Willowbrook holds community-wide events throughout the year.


For a complete listing, visit DiscoverDuPage.com/events


630-575-8070 Attractions Brookfield Zoo


3300 Golf Road Brookfield, IL 708-688-8000 czs.org


Drury Lane Theatre and Conference Center


100 Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, IL 630-530-8300


drurylanetheatre.com Oakbrook Center


100 Oakbrook Center Oak Brook, IL 630-573-0770 oakbrookcenter.com


The Promenade Bolingbrook


631 E. Boughton Road Bolingbrook, IL 630-296-8340 shoppingpromenade.com


The Morton Arboretum 4100 IL Rt. 53 Lisle, IL


630-968-0074 mortonarb.org


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