Adlai Stevenson Center on Democracy, 2500 N. St. Mary's Rd., . A nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting democracy housed in the historic home of former Illinois governor and two-time presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson.edit
David Adler Music and Arts Center, 1700 N. Milwaukee Ave. (south of Buckley Rd.), ☎ 847-367-0707, . This performance and educational center is on the former estate of noted architect David Adler, who lived in and extensively redesigned an 1864 farmhouse that has been preserved much as it was at Adler's death in 1949. edit
Lloyd Lewis House, 153 Little St. Mary's Road (near the DesPlaines River). A Frank Lloyd Wright house designed in 1939 for the editor of the Chicago Daily News.edit
St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Monastery, 32377 N. Milwaukee Ave (north of Buckley Road/Route 137), ☎ 847-367-0698, . The cemetery of this religious institution (which also includes the St. Sava School of Theology) is the resting place of King Peter II of Serbia, the only European monarch to be buried in U.S. soil.edit
Libertyville High School, 708 W. Park Ave., ☎ 847-327-7000, . The town's high school was the alma mater for many of the alt rock figures who emerged improbably from Libertyville's non-scene, notably Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine and Adam Jones of Tool.edit
Libertyville Golf Course, 870 Country Club Drive, ☎ 847-362-5733, . A challenging nine-hole course run by the village's parks department.$15 for non-resident adults. edit
Libertyville Sports & Fitness Complex, 1950 N. Highway 45, ☎ 847-367-1502, . Athletic center featuring basketball/volleyball courts, indoor soccer fields and a 28-foot "climbing mountain."edit
Liberty Theater, 708 N. Milwaukee Ave., ☎ 847-362-3011. This cinema, built in 1937 with a striking Art Moderne marquee but unfortunately remodeled and twinned since then, has a claim to movie history: It employed a young Marlon Brando as an usher. edit
Libertyville is well-known for car shopping; many Chicagolanders who know nothing else about the town can tell you that it's "a beautiful place in the country," thanks to a car dealer's long-running jingle.
Most of the dealerships are found in a long strip along Milwaukee Avenue, including Liberty Nissan (920 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-680-8000), Libertyville Lincoln Mercury (941 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-367-1700), Bernard Chevrolet (1001 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-362-1400), Sessler Ford (1010 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-362-4550), Weil Cadillac Hummer (1050 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 866-406-5042), Pauly Honda (1111 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-362-4300), Libertyville Mitsubishi (1119 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-816-6660), Sullivan Pontiac Buick GMC (1120 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-680-5000), Fields Infiniti Of Lake County (1121 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 866-532-7853), Saturn of Libertyville (1160 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-362-6600) and Libertyville Toyota (1180 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-362-1500). Somewhat off the main strip are Miller Krueger (119 N. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-362-3800), Acura of Libertyville (1620 S. Milwaukee Ave.; 847-680-7333) and Liberty Auto Center (1000 E. Park Ave.; 800-208-5694).
Other notable shops include:
Libertyville Saddle Shop, 306 Peterson Rd. (west of Milwaukee Ave.), ☎ 847-362-0570, . 9:00 pm to 5:30 pm (Sunday 10-4). Has one of the largest selection of riding-related gear in the Midwest.edit
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