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Arlington Heights, Illinois

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Entering Arlington Heights, Illinois.​ 
Taken by​ Ken Lund. No changes.
Arlington Heights, IL
The Ice Cream Shop at the corner of N Kennicott Ave & Shure Dr, Arlington Heights, IL. Taken by Sean McMenemy. No changes.
Arlington Heights, Illinois, is home to dozens of incredible attractions that make it hard to pick just a few to visit. The city is home to a distinct culture that thrives on history, art, and excitement. Many of Arlington Heights’s attractions reflect that culture and are entirely affordable. Best of all, all of the most popular attractions in Arlington Heights are easily accessible in the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport!

Arlington Heights Historical Museum – The Arlington Heights Historical Museum is located downtown and offers visitors plenty to see. The museum features the original 1882 Victorian home of Frederick W. Muller as well as the coach house. A replica of an original 1830s log cabin also sits on the complex. The 1906 soda pop factory and 1908 Banta house round out the attractions. The museum also hosts local events, like the Fall Car Show and farmers markets, year round.

Arlington Park Racecourse – Not every city can claim its racecourse but Arlington Heights can! The Arlington Park Racecourse is a world-renowned facility that features live racing and a number of other family-friendly activities. Kids will love to watch the horses run while adults wager on their favorite competitors.

Metropolis Performing Arts Center – Looking to see a show that will knock your socks off? Stop by the Metropolis Performing Arts Center! The performers are dedicated to putting on productions and performances that make it a leader in American theater. Over 50,000 patrons visit the center to see hundreds of shows every year. The Metropolis Performing Arts Center offers fun for the whole family. Children can experience the Stories in Action series. Those interested in the performing arts can take classes taught by faculty that have performed around the world. Best of all, the Metropolis Performing Arts Center is a non-profit organization so all the money goes right back into the community!

If you’re looking for some place that feels just like home but has a lot to do, come to Arlington Heights- and don’t forget to say hello to us at Schaumburg Mitsubishi, just down the street!​ 
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