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Village of Romeoville

Village of Romeoville

1050 West Romeo Road
Romeoville, IL 60446
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Like many stops along Historic Route 66, Romeoville is a vibrant, growing, family-oriented community which proudly retains classic snapshots of the past. More than just the headquarters for “The World’s Best Chicken,” White Fence Farm has been feeding and entertaining patrons since the 1920’s. Try and decode their closely guarded secret fried chicken recipe and view their collection of antique machines, cars, and historic memorabilia – there’s even a petting zoo for the kids! For a night of family bonding, Brunswick Zone will test your skills with bowling, billiards, laser tag, a game zone, bumper cars, plus a bar and grill. Discover the lore behind how “the hiding place”, Isle a la Cache, got its name at a unique museum dedicated to the history of the Great Lakes fur trade and Native American heritage. The museum’s interactive exhibits allow kids to immerse themselves in the Native American lifestyle and dress, play with items the pioneers would have traded, and see a real wigwam and birch bark canoe. Free admission makes Isle a la Cache a real treasure.

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