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The Weather in Aurora
This is the climate diagram in Aurora. July is the warmest month of the year in Aurora with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 15° in Aurora in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Urban or suburban? Enjoy both with a vacation home in Aurora, IL
Aurora is Illinois's second largest city, one in the midst of a cultural revitalization. This "City of Lights" showcases mid-century vibes that are soon to be back in vogue. Stay in a stylish aparment or clapboard house big enough for the whole family less than an hour from Chicago's bustling city center.
Animals & pioneers along the Fox River
Nestled near well-known golfing greens, Phillips Park Zoo gives children a peek into the lives of various animals from the American prairie. Nearby is the park's visitor center which provides a history of the grounds and fossilized remains of a Mastodon, found during initial construction in 1915.
Along the river valley visitors will also find Blackberry Farm, a living history museum that provides insight into Illinois pioneer life. This seasonal (open from May to October) "village" boasts a blacksmith, antiquated pottery kiln, and a modern adventure playground. Summer events include tea parties for children and wine/painting parties for the adults.
Hop from brewery to concert or vice versa
At the end of the BNSF Metra train line from Chicago is the oldest limestone roundhouse in the United States, which now houses the increasingly popular Two Brothers Brewery. A simple stroll down the river front will lead to RiverEdge Park.
Dubbed "your backyard away from home," RiverEdge sports a minimalist stage and food and beverage options. Two Brothers holds a festival annually featuring rare beers and local music; other weekends, you will find hot ticket items for many international acts.
All aboard Aurora's floating casino
If concerts and beer don't entice, head across the river to Hollywood Casino. While technically a riverboat, it hasn't embarked for quite some time, due to some strict Illinois gambling laws.
Inexpensive table games, state-of-the-art slot machines, and complimentary drinks guarantee a good time. Make sure to join their rewards program for gameplay exclusives like free slot play!
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