Naper Settlement, established in 1969, is a 12-acre (49,000 m2) outdoor history museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums that consists of a collection of thirty historical buildings and structures from the Naperville, Illinois area. Many buildings were moved here from their original locations and refurbished in a style fitting of their time periods that range from 1831, when Naperville was founded, through the early 20th century. Visitors can come for hands-on activities and tours led by museum educators in period costumes. The Settlement is situated on land bequeathed to the City of Naperville in 1936 by Caroline Martin Mitchell.
Benedetti–Wehrli Stadium is a stadium in Naperville, Illinois. It is primarily used for American football, soccer and track and field and has a seating capacity of 5,500.
Centennial Beach is a public aquatic park located at 500 W. Jackson Avenue in Naperville, Illinois. The Beach is within an abandoned, double quarry alongside the DuPage River. The facility covers almost 6 acres (24,000 m²) of land with a full two acres (8,000 m²) or 6.2 million gallons of open water from Lake Michigan, all tested, re-circulated and chlorinated on site.
Naperville ( NAY-pər-vil) is a city within the Chicago Metropolitan Area in DuPage and Will counties in the U.S. state of Illinois. It is a western suburb of Chicago located 28 miles (45 km) west of the city.
Edward Hospital & Health Services (Edward Hospital Services Corporation), commonly referred to as "Edwards", is a major healthcare provider located in southwest suburban Naperville, DuPage County, Illinois. The current President & Chief Executive Officer is Bill Kottmann, active since January 2017 replacing long-time President & CEO Pamela Meyer Davis who began her position in 1988.
Naperville Central High School (Naperville Central or NCHS) is a four-year public high school located in Naperville, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago. The school, which enrolls students in grades nine through twelve, is a part of the Naperville Community Unit School District 203.
The Naperville Historic District is a set of 613 buildings in Naperville, Illinois. Of these 613 buildings, 544 contribute to the historical integrity of the area. The district represents the town as it was originally platted and a few early additions.
The Naperville Park District is an independent, special taxing district, providing parks and recreation to its residents. The Naperville Park District serves a population of more than 140,000. Its boundaries are mostly coterminous with the incorporated limits of the City of Naperville, Illinois, though there are small deviations, including the northern section of the White Eagle subdivision, which lies within the City of Aurora's boundaries.
Naperville North High School is a public four-year high school located at the corner of Ogden Avenue and Mill Street in the northern-central part of Naperville, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. It is the counterpart to Naperville Central High School of Naperville Community Unit School District 203. Naperville North is fully recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education and is a member of the Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling.
Naperville is a train station in Naperville, Illinois, served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. Amtrak trains stopping at the Naperville station include the California Zephyr, Illinois Zephyr, Carl Sandburg and Southwest Chief. It is also one of two stations in Naperville that serves Metra's BNSF commuter line, and an abundance of Pace bus routes. Naperville station was originally built in 1910 by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. On April 26, 1946, the station was the site of a collision between the CB&Q's Exposition Flyer and Advance Flyer. On April 26, 2014, a memorial entitled Tragedy to Triumph was dedicated at the train station. The sculpture by Paul Kuhn is dedicated not only to the crash victims but also to the rescuers at the site.
North Central College is a private college in Naperville, Illinois. It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and has nearly 70 areas of study in undergraduate majors, minors, and programs through 19 academic departments organized in three undergraduate colleges/schools (College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and Entrepreneurship, School of Education and Health Sciences) and a masters program (School of Graduate and Professional Studies).
Neuqua Valley High School (NVHS) is a public four-year high school located near the corner of Illinois Route 59 and 95th Street in Naperville, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. Neuqua Valley is the counterpart to Waubonsie Valley High School and Metea Valley High School, in Indian Prairie School District 204. Classrooms can be rented for other district approved teachers to use after school.
The Old Nichols Library is a historic building on Washington Street in Naperville, Illinois. The building was designed by Mifflin E. Bell in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. The building served as the original public library for Naperville from its construction in 1897 until 1986, when the library operations moved to the new, modern Nichols Library on Jefferson Avenue in Naperville.
Moser Tower (often referred to as the Naperville Bell Tower) is a structure built in Naperville, Illinois, United States. It was built in 1999 to commemorate the third millennium and 21st century. It is 160 feet (49 m) tall and contains the Millennium Carillon, a carillon of 72 bells. The carillon structure is said to be one of the four largest in the United States.
Thayer J. Hill Middle School is a middle school located on Brookdale Road in Naperville, Illinois, a western Suburb of Chicago, Illinois in DuPage County. Hill Middle School is one of the seven middle schools that Indian Prairie School District 204 manages. May Watts Elementary School, Cowlishaw Elementary School, and Brookdale Elementary School feed into Hill. Hill Middle School, along with Still and Granger Middle Schools, feed into Metea Valley High School, one of the three high schools District #204 manages.
Westridge Court is a large shopping center in Naperville, Illinois that opened in 1990. It features nearly 30 stores, including Buy Buy Baby, Petco, and Bed Bath and Beyond. Prior to the Linens N Things/Savers, Old Navy, and Marshalls, there was a Kmart located on property.
Clow Elementary School is an elementary school located on Springdale Circle in Naperville, Illinois, a western Suburb of Chicago, Illinois in DuPage County. Clow Elementary School is one of the twenty-one elementary schools that Indian Prairie School District 204 manages.