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Ride a Bus Rental in Naperville, IL and See Everything it has to Offer

Discover the Richest City in the Midwest with a bus rental in Naperville, IL.

Money Magazine has once named Naperville as the second best city in the country to live in. Then Kiplinger cited Naperville as the best city for early retirement. The city is also the wealthiest city in the Midwest. Home to close to 144,000 people, Naperville can certainly piques one's curiosity.

So how about visiting via a bus rental in Naperville, IL? Millions of people have visited the city year after year, enjoying the city's unique small town charm mixed with the comforts and leisure of a big city.

A 49-passenger bus rental in Naperville, IL is the best way to take a large group of travelers into the city.

More than the affluence of its residents, the city offers you a lot of attractions that you could certainly enjoy. So get your friends on a 49-passenger bus rental in Naperville, IL and have a grand time touring the city. You can start out in Chicago and any other place in Illinois or the entire country and drive to Naperville via bus rental.

With BusRental.com, you no longer have to worry about how to go around the city or how to transport everybody in your group. When you have a 49-passenger bus rental in Naperville, IL, you will appreciate how easy, convenient and comfortable it is to tour the city.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Brunswick Zone XL Naperville has more than three dozen bowling lanes, 16 billiard tables, video games, laser tag facilities and bumper cars, while Odyssey Fun World is where you could take the kids for paintball, play structures, laser tag, bumper cars, kiddie rides, video games and bounce houses.

Arts & Culture

Napierville has the best public library in the country according to Hennen's American Public Library Ratings. One visit to the Napierville Public Library and you would understand why. The library and three other libraries in the city: the Nichols Library, the Naper Boulevard Library and The 95th Street Library, have a heavy patronage, getting more than 1.5 million visitors each year.

Naperville also has great public art, performance and theater groups.

Performing arts. Check out these theaters and auditoriums:

  • BrightSide Theatre
  • Center Stage Theater
  • Kidz Kabaret
  • Magical Starlight Theatre
  • Naperville Community Concert Center
  • North Central College Performing Arts Venues
  • Summer Place Theatre

When it comes to music, you can get the best of everything in the city. There is the Acappellago Chamber Choir and other choir groups such as the Chorus of DuPage, Naperville Chorus, Naperville Men's Glee Club and Young Naperville Singers. Then there are the orchestras and the symphony music such as DuPage Symphony Orchestra, Naperville Chamber Players, Naperville Chorus, and Naperville Municipal Band.

You can hear something unique when the Millennium Carillon's 72 different bells are rung.

Further, you can check out Naperville - North Central Performing Arts Association and the Naperville Community Concert Center.

Visual arts. The city also has several art galleries you can visit, such as the Jillianne Renee Inc., the Naperville Art League (Naperville, IL 60563), the Arterie Fine Arts, and Gallery Trio.

On top of these, you can go on a Century Walk, where you can see more than 40 pieces of public art in and around the city. Some of the public masterpieces you are going to see on the walk include:

  • A Whale of a School
  • Be The Best That You Can Be
  • College, Community and Country
  • Faith, Hope and Charity
  • Horse Market Days
  • Man's Search for Knowledge Through the Ages
  • Naperville Loves a Parade
  • Riverwalk Visionaries
  • Spirit of the American Doughboy
  • Spirit of the American Navy
  • Tragedy to Triumph

Festivals. Be sure to catch the Naperville Independent Film Festival, where you could see the best independent films from the world's best indie directors. Or get the chance to taste the local beers from the best breweries in the area at the Naperville Ale Fest. You can get a sample of the area's best food, musical acts, carnival and family fun at the four-day Naperville Last Fling.

The city also holds several marathons and other sporting events with a cause every year including Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon, St. Paddy's Day 5K, Eikon 5K, 360 Youth and Family Services Spring Ahead, Naperville Sprint Triathlon, A.D.O.P.T. Walk, Twilight Trot - Jeanine Nicarico Memorial Fund for Literacy, Esprit de She Women's Triathlon, Step Up for Autism Walk, CrimeStoppers 5K, CROP Walk, and Walk for Lupus Now.

There are several summer concerts for you to enjoy too, such as the Municipal Band Summer Concerts, Naper Nights Summer Concert Series and Summer Carillon Concert Series. And they have art fairs as well in Naperville Women's Club Juried Fine Art Fair and Riverwalk Fine Art Fair.

Other festivals and celebrations you can attend here are:

  • All Hallow's Eve
  • Celebration of Peace
  • Civil War Days
  • Friends of Little Friends Electric Parade
  • Labor Day Parade
  • Memorial Day Parade
  • Naperville Wine Festival
  • National Night Out
  • Native American Harvest Pow-Wow
  • Oktoberfest
  • Ribfest
  • Scott S'Cool Scoot
  • Soup's On!
  • St. Patrick's Day Parade
  • Summer Sidewalk Sale
  • Trick or Treat Downtown Naperville
  • Turkey Trot

Restaurants & Shopping

Naperville has nationally recognized retailers and unique local businesses, giving you an eclectic mix of shopping options. Downtown Naperville is an obvious destination for shopaholics. Ogden Avenue, or Route 34, has a great selection or different products and items, as well as professional services, and, yes, even automobiles.

You can also go to:

  • Route 59
  • Freedom Commons
  • Springbrook Prairie Pavilion

Restaurants. Treat yourself to some great tasting chocolates at Le Chocolat du Bouchard, Rocky Mountain or Naper Nuts & Sweets. Maybe you would like to eat at the best Italian place, and the locals will point you to LaSorella di Francesca, Rosebud or Maggiano's. But if you are looking for pizza, then you should head on to Aurelio's Pizza, Lou Malnati's, or Jet's Pizza.

Looking for the best bar? Hit up Sullivan's Steakhouse, Aurelio's and Hugo's. Or get the best Chinese food at House of Emperor, Chinese Kitchen or Ginger & Garlic. Or go ethnic at Basils Greek Dining, Meson Sabika or Omango. Craving for seafood? Go to Catch 35! Further, Shinto, Kiku and Sushi House are your best bets for the best sushi in the city.

Other dining places you should not miss:

  • Burrito Parrilla Mexicana
  • Egg Harbor Café
  • Fire It Up
  • Heaven on Seven
  • iKiwi
  • Jason's Deli
  • Kreger's Brat and Sausage Haus
  • Kuma's Asian Bistro
  • Naf Naf Grill
  • Pizzeria Neo
  • Portillo's Hot Dogs
  • Taka Sushi
  • Wicked Good Café
  • Zeppe's Italian Market

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

In Naperville, you can choose from these fine golf courses:

  • Country Lakes Golf Club
  • Cress Creek Country Club
  • Naperville Country Club
  • Springbrook Golf Course
  • Tamarack Golf Club
  • White Eagle Golf Club

And then you might want to check out these different sports venue to catch some great sports action:

  • Du Page River Sports Complex
  • Velocity Hockey
  • Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Naperville has the Naperville Historic District, where you can find more than 600 buildings that are either historically or architecturally important to the area. You can literally spend the whole day exploring the historic gems in this district. Some of the notable structures here include homes of notable people, commercial buildings, churches and other edifices:

  • 122 South Brainard
  • 205 North Wright
  • 221 West Jefferson
  • 227 East Jefferson
  • Central Park
  • Dieter House
  • Dr. Truitt House
  • Elmholm
  • First Congregational Church
  • General Store
  • J. L. Nichols House
  • Kreger Family House
  • Kroehler Manufacturing Company
  • Nichols House
  • Nichols Library
  • North Central College
  • P. E. Kroehler House
  • Paw Paw Station
  • Willard Scott, Jr. House
  • Wilson House

Then you can go to Naper Settlement, which includes another national historic landmark, Pine Craig. Naper Settlement is an outdoor history museum that allows you to see how a small Illinois town looked like in the 1830s. There are 30 buildings here that are representative of architectural styles from different eras. This is where Civil War Days are held, where you could witness re-enactments with more than 300 actors participating.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has world-class parks where thousands of people go to get in touch with nature, get fit, or engage in some sports or outdoor activities. You can go to the Naperville Riverwalk, where you can quietly walk on the brick paths, as well as admire the fountains, bridges, outdoor artworks, and sculptures. And if you would like to go swimming, head over to the Centennial Beach.

The city's parks cover more than 2,400 acres of space, and it has more than 130 parks and sports complexes. Some of the notable parks you should visit include:

  • Barn Recreation Center
  • Centennial Park, located next to Centennial Beach, and Frontier Sports Complex, which are both dedicated to in-line skating and skateboarding.
  • Commissioners Park
  • Community Garden Plots
  • Knoch Knolls Park
  • Naperville Sportsman's Club

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