Schaumburg boasts many events throughout the year for residents and visitors to enjoy. Whether it's shopping at Woodfield mall or the Farmers Market to Septemberfest, or the annual tree lighting ceremony, there are lots of fun things to do for each and every member of the family.
For those who love to shop, Woodfield Mall has the finest collection of department stores and specialty shops in the Great Lakes region and nearly 300 stores and restaurants.
The Schaumburg Park District is dedicated to serving the community by providing versatile leisure opportunities through enriching programs, quality facilities, and environmental stewardship.
Spring Valley Nature Center is a refuge of 135 acres of fields, forests, marshes and streams that features over three miles of handicapped-accessible hiking trails, a museum with natural history displays, and an 1880s living history farm.
The Alfred Campanelli YMCA offers programs for every member of the family.
The Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center stands out in Chicago as a ground-breaking showpiece for conventions and trade shows.
Schaumburg Boomers Baseball stadium has a capacity of 7,365 fans with 5,665 fixed seats, the ballpark also includes 16 luxury suites, 200 outfield bleacher seats and an additional 900 fans can be accommodated in the lawn area along both foul lines.