Bloomington is the twelfth biggest city in Illinois and has a sister city. The place was primarily used as an encampment for the Kickapoo Native Americans until Western-American settlers reached the groves and rivers of the city in 1820 and put down roots there.

Here are the best places to go and things to do in Bloomington Illinois.

Constitution trail

Constitution trail is a biking, walking and riding trail that links several neighborhoods in the place. Amenities like water fountains, benches, shelters and signs help to link parks and other places to the trail.

Route 66

Since its birth in 1926, Route 66 has replaced the lives of numerous people who have decided to follow their dreams of traveling somewhere existing and new. Spreading from Chicago to Santa Monica, this route was the initial nonstop hard road to make travel from Midwest to the West coast an easier, quicker, and more rational chance than ever before. Route 66 immediately earned the title of the Main Street of USA.

Walt Bittner Park

Walt Bittner park is an area park attributing a quarter mile walking path and big open fields. The park also has a playground as well as various half-court basketball courts.

David Davis Mansion

Built in 1872, this a famous and big Victoria house and garden which has been protected with a set of actual artifacts. Trips of the home along with its neighboring gardens are conducted during the week. In 1960, the home was donated to the Illinois’ sate, today, it is operated as a state historical place by the Historical Preservation Agency Illinois . Guided trips of the Mansion are prearranged every half hour and every hour during the day.

The Castle Theater

The castle theater is a live music place that has served the region for decades after actually opening in 1916. The theatre hosts both national and local artists from a range of music genres like jazz, blues and alternative rock.

The Galaxy 14 Cinema

The cinema is a film theater is that specs stadium seating, assistive listing gadgets, birthday party rooms, and selection 3D digital auditoriums. The theater also servers beverages and food and has a group ticket discounts.

Pepsi Ice Center

The Pepsi Ice Center is an ice skating complex providing range of ice skating programs year around. The center also provides frequent open skate sessions and maintains a rental shop, snack bar, and locker room facilities.

Fairview Park

Fairview park specs many attractions for guests, including softball, Fairview Family Aquatic Center, and tennis facilities, a skate park, and many playground areas and picnic shelters. The biggest picnic shelter can be reserved for events.

The Pod

Hosting artwork from domestic artists. The Pod specs an eclectic mix of paintings, jewelry, prints, clothing, woodwork, and other handcrafted pieces. All of the artwork presented in the gallery is accessible for purchase.

Maxwell Park

This park is 125 acres and specs a big and famous dog park. Other amenities contain a softball complex, disc golf course, playground, basketball court, horseshoe court, picnic shelters, tennis courts and nature trails.