Bloomington is located in the McLean County of Illinois. Bloomington Illinois was established in 1831 and it is part of a metropolitan area, called the "Twin Cities", along side the city of Normal. As the largest one of the two cities, Bloomington Illinois has a population of over 74,000 people.
Main Attractions within Bloomington
The Grady's Family Fun Park is the local amusement park of Bloomington. Its facilities cater to the entire family through a great restaurant, a mini-golf course, an arcade and all sorts of other fun games and activities for children. The venue can be rented entirely or only in several parts, as it is ideal for children's birthday parties and other special events dedicated to younger people.
The Miller Park Zoo is specially designed and constructed to house many animals from around the globe, in one single place in Bloomington. The species here are carefully divided in designated areas according to their natural habitats, to ensure a perfect home for them and a great experience for the visitors. Some of the regions are: the Tropical American Rainforest, Animals of Asia, the Katthoefer Animal Building and more.
The Den at Fox Creek is one of the most famous golf courses in the area around Bloomington. It specializes in offering professional courses to passionate players, but also training areas for beginners. The facilities cover a club house, with a snack bar inside and a pro shop, for those who wish to relax between games and to purchase high quality equipment. There are certain tournaments and championships held on the Den at Fox Creek and certain special events and gatherings.
The Bloomington Center for Performing Arts, the most comprehensive cultural venue in Bloomington Illinois, offers a wide variety of performances regarding live shows, concerts and plays. The center houses many exhibitions of visual arts as well, that can be visited at any time. Most of the artistic events and celebrations of the city are held here, as this is a local landmark for cultural development and state of the art facilities, for the community and visitors to enjoy.