Rosemont is a city in Cook County in the state of Illinois, just outside of Chicago. It does enormous business as the primary hotel supplier for O'Hare International Airport, but has a couple of the region's best-known concert venues as well.
The CTA Blue Line has a stop in Rosemont, right before O'Hare. And Metra's North Central Line stops at Rosemont Station, with service between Chicago and Antioch.
PACE buses serve the area, and hotels can be expected to run shuttles to the airport. For anything else, though, you'll likely want to have a car.
- Donald E. Stephens Museum of Hummels, 555 N. River Rd., . Self-proclaimed as having the world's largest public display of M.I. Hummel figurines in the world. You know, those little cherub-faced ceramic figures.
- Chicago Wolves, 6920 N. Mannheim Rd., . This semiprofessional hockey team plays at the Allstate Arena. The season runs October-April.
- Allstate Arena (Rosemont Horizon), 6920 N. Mannheim Rd., . A 19,000 seat arena that holds major music concerts as well as events such as circuses and rodeos.
- Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, 5555 N. River Rd., . This enormous complex hosts a variety of conferences and events, including Chicago Comic Con, Acen, and even local high school proms.
- Rosemont Theatre, 5400 River Rd., . A 4,300 seat theater for stars including Jerry Seinfeld and Kelly Clarkson.
- Muvico 18, 9701 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., . This huge movie theater, over 100,000 square feet, is more than just a theater. For those 21 and up, the VIP Theatre has free popcorn, bigger seats, and cocktails. There's a full-service restaurant on site (you can eat while watching a movie), a playroom, and child care for kids age 3-10.
There are quite a lot of hotels in Rosemont — see O'Hare International Airport for listings.