Here’s 4 Indoor Activities You Can Do with the Kids in the Heritage Corridor

Although the weather may be getting warmer, most outside activities are still on hold until the spring. That doesn’t mean you can’t create a day of fun in a completely different environment as a family.

Since we still have a few more weeks of winter, why not get out of the house and plan something that you can enjoy together.

Here’s a list of indoor places for you and the kids to experience around the Heritage Corridor:


Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn – Oak Lawn

A place where you can explore as a family, while learning new things together. Great for children to be creative, role play, and build, while allowing parents to be the teacher in their lives.


Sky Zone – Joliet

The world’s first indoor trampoline park. This is a great place to let loose and use all of your energy bouncing from one side of the room to the next. Not only for kids, but great for adults to experience “fun fitness.”


Haunted Trails – Joliet

Offering one of the most unique themes in family entertainment, this place is enjoyed by guests of all ages from around the Chicagoland area. The perfect place to enjoy laughter, while playing your favorite games.


Open Space Art Gallery & Studios – Ottawa

A contemporary art gallery and community arts center where they teach classes to all ages and skill levels. This can help you and your child get creative, while learning new skills with hands on projects. 

Don’t let your fun stop here. You can continue to experience each of these locations throughout the year. Before you arrive, be sure to check their websites for any covid guidelines or restrictions to ensure a safer visit for everyone.

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