Wheaton is the county seat of DuPage County in Illinois and is home to more than 53,000 people. This affluent city in Milton and Winfield Townships is one of the highest earning towns in the country, according to Money magazine in 2010. See this lovely city and hop on a charter bus in Wheaton, Illinois now.
Start your tour of the city at Downtown Wheaton. The city's historic downtown area is home to museums and other historical and cultural sites, unique shops and specialty boutiques, and various dining options. You can also go to the DuPage Art League, which is a non-profit art school and gallery, the DuPage County Historical Museum, and Wheaton Drama Inc.
What's more, Downtown Wheaton hosts many events, including the French Market, the Chili Cookoff, the Vintage Rides, Boo-Palooza-Downtown Wheaton Trick-or-Treat, A Dickens of a Christmas, Wheaton Wedding Walk, and Wheaton's Wine and Cultural Arts Festival.
You can then get on a charter bus in Wheaton, Illinois and head over to the Wheaton Park District. The district has 52 parks that cover a total of 800 acres. These parks include the Lincoln Marsh Natural Area, which serves as home to over 300 species of prairie and wetland animal and plants and has an acclaimed bus rentalropes course.
There's also the Cosley Zoo, where over 200 animals from over 70 species are house. This park district also has the Northside Family Aquatic Center and the Rice Pool and Water Park, as well as the 27-hole Arrowhead Golf Club.
You may also want to check out the breathtakingly splendid Cantigny Park and Golf Course in southwestern Wheaton. The park has beautiful flower gardens, a children's garden, hiking trails, picnic areas, a championship 18-hole public golf course and two museums. Another golf facility in the city you might want to try is the prestigious 18-hole Chicago Golf Club.
Other outdoor venues you can visit on a charter bus in Wheaton, Illinois include the Danada Forest Preserve and Equestrian Center, and The Illinois Prairie Path.
Other than the downtown area, you can also get your fill of retail therapy at the Danada Square West and Danada Square East. There's also Town Square Shopping Center, an outdoor mall that features clothing shops and boutiques, including Gap, Banana Republic, and Francesca's Collection. There are also several restaurants here.
The city is also home to the historic Grand Theater, which is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Billy Graham Center Museum at the Wheaton College campus is also worth checking out.
Churches also abound in Wheaton, which is considered to be one of the most conservative suburbs of Chicago. In fact, you can find 45 churches within the city limits alone. These churches include the St. Michael Catholic Church in Downtown Wheaton.
These are just some of the places worth seeing in Wheaton. Visit the city and you will find that it has so much more to offer! So book a charter bus in Wheaton, Illinois now by calling BusRental.com. You can also get a free online quote by simply filling out a short form on our site.