Welcome to the Village of Oak Brook!
A prestigious center for all kinds of businesses from small and mid-sized to Fortune 500, Oak Brook is proud to provide visitors with every amenity possible and invites you to enjoy all there is to offer by way of shopping, dining, recreation, museums and performing arts.
With its close proximity to Chicago, major expressways and both O’Hare and Midway International Airports, Oak Brook is your ideal destination in the western suburbs.
Recently renovated, Oakbrook Center is the largest open-air upscale shopping center in the country. With its lush gardens and flowing fountains, Oakbrook Center is also one of the most prestigious and striking outdoor shopping destinations in the Chicago area. Always on the cutting edge of fashion, Oakbrook Center features six major department stores and over 160 upscale shops and restaurants.
Oak Brook is within 30 miles of downtown Chicago shopping. Several other major shopping areas are within a short drive.
Oak Brook offers more than just business and shopping. Recreational opportunities abound through the Oak Brook Park District, Oak Brook Bath & Tennis Club and Oak Brook Golf Club.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Graue Mill and Museum is the only operating waterwheel gristmill in Illinois. View daily spinning, weaving and milling demonstrations, artifacts displayed in period room settings and an Underground Railroad exhibit.
Tour Mayslake Hall, a Tudor Revival-style mansion once owned by coal baron F.S. Peabody, on the Mayslake Peabody Estate. Witness restoration in progress at this nationally registered historic building by renowned architect B. Marshall and stroll its gardens. Stop to reflect at the chapel, a life-size replica of the Portiuncula Chapel in Assisi, Italy, that was built in 1926.
Located in Oakbrook Center, Pinstripes is a destination in itself with exceptional Italian and American food and wine, bowling, bocce ball, an outdoor patio and fireplace, and banquet space that can accommodate social gatherings and corporate events for 20 to 600 people.
The following are a few of the events held annually in the Village of Oak Brook. For information on other events in Oak Brook throughout the year, please visit our Events Calendar page or the Calendars page at www.oak-brook.org.
Oak Brook Properties
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