From the Naperville Riverwalk’s website: “Considered the “crown jewel” of Naperville, the Riverwalk is a place of beauty and tranquility along the West Branch of the DuPage River. It features 1.75 miles of brick paths, fountains, bridges, meeting and event places, outdoor sculpture and artwork, recreational facilities, and celebratory memorials. The Riverwalk is a preferred destination and an ideal place to stroll, unwind and reflect. Come relax and enjoy the scene.”
Naper Settlement is a 12-acre outdoor history museum,established in 1969. It contains a collection of thirty historical buildings and structures from the Naperville, Illinois area that have been restored including a print shop, the Martin Mitchell mansion, and a log house. Learn more about the buildings at Naper Settlement here.
The Millennium Carillon is located along Naperville’s picturesque Riverwalk. Visitors can climb the 253 steps to the top of the 160-foot tower and enjoy a spectacular view while learning about the workings of the Carillon, its history, and its unique features between April and October.