Step Into The Game Of Thrones On This Epic Castle Road Trip Through Illinois
If you’re missing your favorite show Game of Thrones, fear not! Illinois is home to six attractions that bring the show closer to home. This epic castle road trip in Illinois will take you on an unforgettable journey that will help you live out your favorite episodes.
Fuel up the car and pack your favorite snacks for a unique Game of Thrones-themed trip you won’t want to miss. Check it out:
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Castle Road Trip In Illinois
Are there fairytale places to visit in Illinois?
Illinois has its share of enchanting locales that can make anyone feel like royalty. Aurora Sunken Gardens located at the Phillips Park Zoo is reminiscent of an English garden you may find outside of a castle. Pretend you’re part of a royal family as you descend down the stairs into this sunken garden with its three-tiered fountain, gorgeous shrubbery, and elegant flowers. Kaskaskia Dragon is a fire-breathing roadside attraction that looks like it’s straight out of Game of Thrones! It’s fascinating to watch it in action which you can do by watching the video linked in this article.
What are some unique things to do in Illinois?
Only in Illinois can you find uniquely strange attractions to visit like the town of Olney that’s known for its albino squirrels. People from all over to get a glimpse of these critters around town and every year an annual white squirrel count is held and it’s a big deal! Casey is another eccentric town with plenty of things to see, especially objects that have been certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. If you are looking for unique things to do, visit these two towns.
What other themed road trips can I take in Illinois?
We have put together quite a few themed road trips throughout the years and depending on what you’re interested in, we may have something you’ll like. From foodie road trips with a donut, ice cream, chocolate, or taco theme to a waterfall road trip and even an antique road trip, there are plenty of ideas to keep you exploring the Prairie State.