Shopping the Chicago Suburbs
Shopping is perhaps the greatest leisurely summer pastime. Downtown Chicago is viewed as the must-see place to “shop till you drop.” However, shopping the Chicago suburbs is becoming increasingly more popular and in fact, many locations are sought after for their variety and selections that may not be found in your go-to Chicago stores.
Many of the shopping centers and outlets in the suburbs offer a unique experience. Some locations are similar to malls but going from store to store allows you to enjoy the beautiful weather and a small-town feel. Others are specialty stores, providing rare goods and hard to find merchandise and apparel that will surely stand out.
For more detailed information about shopping the Chicago suburbs or if you have any questions about a specific location, get in touch with the Lisle Convention & Visitors Bureau today by calling 630-769-1000. You can also get in contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our experienced planners will get back to you as soon as possible.
Shopping Centers in the Chicago Suburbs
When it comes to finding the designer items you like, Chicago Premium Outlets is the shopping center to visit. This outlet mall has all the big-name products you could imagine and is outdoors. You get to enjoy the cool summer breezes while making your way from store to store and are sure to be satisfied with the selection of brands. Very similar to the Chicago Premium Outlets is the Promenade Bolingbrook. This outdoor mall gives you a neighborhood feel with the two-lane streets, the food, and entertainment options. The best part is you can catch the latest movies while taking a break at their impressive movie theater.
If you are looking for a more intimate shopping experience or one that takes you out on the town, Town Square Wheaton is great for a variety of high-end brands and your typical stores for items or clothing you wear daily. Town Square Wheaton is another outdoor mall with stores ranging from Express to The Gap. Of course, they have a Starbucks to keep you sharp while looking for deals. Downtown Naperville offers one of the most unique shopping experiences in the area. Their main street and the intersecting roads are lined with restaurants, small specialty stores, a variety of clothing stores, and a two-story Barnes & Noble. Shopping in downtown Naperville is not only an enjoyable experience, but it is in close proximity to other Naperville must-see places, such as the Riverwalk.
Stay in Lisle, Shop in Lisle
To learn more about the various and abundant shopping outlets and malls in and around Lisle, give the Lisle Convention & Visitors Bureau a call today at 630-769-1000. Or reach out to us through email at email@example.com and we will respond shortly.