1908 N. Lincoln Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: (217) 367-6000
Fax: (217) 367-1315
Anita Purves Nature Center is an environmental education facility open to the public. Located next to Busey Woods which is a 59-acre forest preserve with a boardwalk loop, seasonal ponds and more. Check out the hands-on field station inside or stick around for a variety of nature related programs while visiting.
Have a picnic and pet and feed the farm animals. Memorial Day through Labor Day.
A 1,768-acre country estate offering native flood-plain forests and unplanned woods, a park which contains an outstanding collection of sculpture and statuary from Cambodia, Thailand, and China, which are placed among beautiful flower gardens, greenhouses, and sculptured hedges.
Enjoy Gospel musical performances and off Broadway productions at this 1921 Renaissance palace.
Showcases internationally renowned performers in its vast complex of theaters and concert halls.
Four major productions per year offer a wide variety of live theater from musicals and classical pieces to experimental works, In this 1899 Penn Central Train Station.
The Plant Biology Greenhouse is a botanical garden located on the University of Illinois campus in Urbana, Illinois. The gardens also include a conservatory that houses a number of greenhouses. With over 200 species of local and exotic plants, the gardens are especially ideal for educational visits for school children. The garden also includes a gift shop and information center.
Home turf to the Fighting Illini wrestling and volleyball teams of University of Illinois, Huff Hall remains a popular multi-use area. Established in the year 1925, the arena commemorates the university's athletic director, George Huff.
Situated in Champaign's northwestern part, Dodds Park is spread across an area of 110 acres (45 hectares). The park remains popular for the 'Tribute to Olympic Athletes Monument' installed on its landscaped grounds.
Watch many performances by Parklands theatrical, choral, and instrumental groups.
Enjoy the stars and planets at Illinois second largest planetarium.
A perfect outing for the family, Sholem Aquatic Center water park is managed by the Champaign Park District. The park remains noted for its swimming pools and swimming courses. The park also has a large open space to soak in the sun or simply relax under its trees.