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Rosemont Venues

The Donald E. Stephens Convention
and Conference Center

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5555 N. River Road • 847.692.2220

• Nearly one million square feet of meeting, convention, tradeshow, conference, reception, ballroom and event space.
• Recognized for being both the busiest center in the Midwest and the most secure center in the Midwest, the Stephens Center welcomes more than 1.3 million guests per year to 100 events, on average.
• Ranks between #7 and #12 among convention centers nationally.
• Returns revenues to Rosemont and the State of Illinois consistently and without any subsidies.
• Makes an economic impact of approximately $343 million on the northwest side of Chicago and the near northwest suburban areas.
• Major events include both public and industry shows, ranging from large, national, technical and industrial expositions, to golf, jewelry, antique and merchandise events, to professional meetings, seminars and symposia.

Allstate Arena (formerly the Rosemont Horizon)

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6920 N. Mannheim • 847.635.6601

Opened in 1980, the Allstate Arena has:
• 19,000 seats
• 48 skyboxes
• 159 shows annually
• Parking for 4,500 automobiles
• An annual attendance of 1.2 million persons
• Top ten national ranking
• Awards from Pollstar and Performance Magazine

The Arena is home to the AHL Chicago Wolves, Chicago Rush arena football and DePaul University Blue Demons basketball. It regularly hosts Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and World Wrestling Federation events. Leading entertainers, musical acts and family shows (such as Disney on Ice, the Rolling Stones, Bette Midler, Cher and the Dave Matthews Band) routinely grace its stage.

The Rosemont Theatre

5400 N. River Road • 847.671.5100

Artists as diverse as Tony Bennett and Neil Young have praised the Rosemont Theatre for its sound quality.

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Opened in 1995, the Rosemont Theatre has:
• 4,200 seats
• Nearly 100 shows per year
• 267,461 audience
• Top 25 national ranking
• Awards from Performance Magazine

The Rosemont Theatre returns revenues from rental of building, parking fees, concessions, ticket commissions and ticket sales.

Jay Leno's touring Tonight Show was broadcast from the Rosemont Theatre in 1996 and 1998, each time for a weeklong run. The theatre also hosted the Jeopardy College Championship in 1999, one of the first engagements of Lord of the Dance with Michael Flatley and Riverdance.

Each holiday season it hosts the Radio City Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular.

Willow Creek Club

10225 W. Higgins Road • 847.698.2582

Willow Creek Club is at the top of its game, offering the latest in cardiovascular fitness equipment, independent free weights and state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, as well as aerobics, spinning, yoga, Pilates and aquatics classes. Additional offerings include a 20-meter lap swimming pool; a whirlpool; steam rooms; sauna and tanning facilities; and luxurious locker rooms with full amenities. Corporate, individual and premier memberships are available, in addition to daily visitor passes.

Allstate Arena

Features of the club include:
• 93,000 square-foot luxury health club
• 1/5 mile running track
• 85 pieces of cardiovascular equipment
• More than 100 weekly aerobic classes
• Yoga
• Pilates
• Full-court basketball
• Tennis
• Volleyball
• Racquetball
• 20-meter lap swimming pool
• Aquatic classes
• Whirlpool
• Steam and sauna rooms
• Technogym weight conditioning equipment
• Independent free weights

Donald E. Stephens Museum of Hümmel

5555 N. River Road • 847.692.4000

Rosemont has an unusual museum housing the world's largest public display of M.I. Hümmel figurines. More than 1,000 pieces are showcased at the Donald E. Stephens Museum of Hümmels, located in the Stephens Convention Center.

Mayor Stephens was first smitten by the charming works of folk art during a trip he took to Europe in the 1960s. His fondness for the figurines became a lifelong pursuit, resulting in the acquisition of the most unusual and rare versions ever produced. In the 1980s, he donated his entire collection, including many rare pieces, to the Village of Rosemont for public museum display. ANRI woodcarvings and Lladro figurines also can be viewed at the museum. Visitor admission is free. The Museum Gift Shop is located just steps from the museum.

Rosemont Entertainment District

At the time you read this information, Rosemont will be hosting even more visitors as the facilities that make up Rosemont’s new $500 million entertainment district debut. Located just across the street from the Stephens Center, the 60-acre development will include or now includes:
• An 18-screen themed movie megaplex by Muvico, including a children’s playroom, stadium seating, a VIP entrance and valet parking;
• A 575-room luxury Intercontinental Hotel, with a McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, a Capital Grille, and Osteria di Tramonto, an additional restaurant by Cenitare Restaurants and Rick Tramonto of TRU;
• A 254-room aloft Hotel by Continental Hotels (owners of the W chain of hotels);
• A family resort with other attractions.

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