Comfort Inn & Suites
1555 E. Fabyan Pkwy.
Geneva, IL 60134
Phone: (630) 208-8811
Fax: (630) 208-7844
1555 E. Fabyan Pkwy., Geneva, IL, US, 60134
- Phone: (630) 208-8811
- Fax: (630) 208-7844
This 68 feet tall windmill known as the Fabyan Windmill is a five levels windmill which was formerly used as a grinding mill. The former grinding mill also consisted of a bakery at the ground level . The Fabyan Windmill is one of the best examples of the Dutch Windmill in the United States. Known as a treasure, this windmill is known for it's originality.
The Batavia Riverwalk curves along the edge of a 12-acre (4.8-hectare) peninsula, flanked by the Fox River on both sides. Offering a breath of fresh air to the residents of Batavia, the plan of this riverwalk was an initiative taken by the City Government and the Batavia Parks Districts, and after about six years of labor volunteered by locals, the Riverwalk was complete. This park lies right next to the Batavia Depot Museum, and it still is home to remnants of windmills, a heritage of Batavia. Whether you are looking for a pleasant walk, for some fresh air, or an ideal spot for a family picnic, the Batavia Riverwalk is worth a visit.
Offering bumper cars, go karts, mini golf, batting cages, roller skating, and arcade.
A restored limestone Greek Revival home that was developed as a "preservation study house." It is open Tuesday and Sunday from 1 until 4 p.m., June through August.
A restored, 19th-century Greek Revival home that is the oldest brick house in St. Charles. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and featured in Bob Vila's Guide to Historic Homes.
An indoor 18-hole miniature golf and family fun with food concessions and video games. It is ideal for birthday parties, fund-raisers, and corporate outings.
At Fermilab, visitors will find scientists working on subjects related to the creation and origin of the Universe. The laboratory specializes in high-energy particle physics. Some of its noteworthy experiments include MiniBoone, Holometer and Tevatron. It was also responsible for the discovery of a new particle, bottom Omega baryon, under the DO Experiment. The architecture of the building is also commendable, and the designs were looked into by Dr Robert Rathbun Wilson, the first director of this laboratory. Fermilab has been responsible for some notable scientific discoveries and inventions in the field of particle physics.
The spacious 89 acres (36 hectares) of the Reed-Keppler Park in West Chicago are an ideal setting for a family day out. Within the park, one will find seven ball fields, two soccer fields, a skate park, a lacrosse field, and even a water park. Besides, nature lovers will find the Dyer Nature Sanctuary a great place to be better acquainted with the diverse life in these woods. For further information, please see the park’s website.
This entertainment center offers equipment to rent, a playing field that changes weekly, Taylor Street Pizza, corporate events and parties that are fun for all ages, and a fully trained staff to help you enjoy your experience.
Oaklawn Farm is a farm operated by the Dunham family. Originally the farm was spread over 1700 acres (690 hectares), but presently the property occupies only 56 acres (22.7 hectares). The Oaklawn Farm also has Dunham Castle, which is made with French chateau designs with modern American architectural trends. The house is made of bricks and sits on a foundation of Batavia stone. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 26, 1979.
Was home of Colonel Robert R. McCormick.
One of the only three Sri Venkateswara Hindu temples in the United States, this temple has been serving the Indian community since 1983.