With its abundance of century-old brick buildings, this area makes for a lovely promenade but also packs year-round events and festivals.
With a lavish Renaissance Revival architecture and Spanish Revival furnishings in its lobby and auditorium, this sumptuous movie theatre debuted in 1921.
Krannert Art Museum
The Krannert Art Museum has a sizable international collection. Its focus is on Asian, African, and Pre-Columbian art, particularly those from the Andes.
Amazonian bark fabric, Merovingian bronzes, Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets, and castings of the Parthenon frieze are a few of the Spurlock Museum's most significant holdings.
Hessel Park, a small 22-acre green oasis in the middle of Champaign, has been the city's home since 1918 and is home to more than 25 different kinds of trees.
University of Illinois Arboretum
The late 1980s and early 1990s saw the development of the University of Illinois Arboretum.
Champaign County Historical Museum
For its distinctive architecture and passionate entrepreneurs, the Champaign County Historical Museum is a fascinating museum to be remembered.
The 60,670-seat Memorial Stadium, home of the Fighting Illini football team, was constructed in 1923 as a monument to the Illinois citizens who lost their lives in World War I.
Orpheum Children’s Science Museum
The Orpheum Children's Science Museum's goal is to inspire, involve, and educate diverse young people of all ages in the sciences.
State Farm Center
Both the Illinois Fighting Illini men's and women's basketball teams play their home games at the State Farm Center.