Welcome to Schaumburg

Schaumburg is considered one of the Top 10 places to live in the year 2006, due to its safe environment, wealthy residents, and booming commercial area. Schaumburg has grown to become the retail commercial hub of the northwest suburbs. Only the City of Chicago surpasses Schaumburg in retail sales in the State of Illinois. Current retail sales in the village totaled over $3 billion. The largest sales generators have been automobile dealerships and service stations, general merchandise establishments, and apparel stores. The village presently contains 9,527,597 square feet of commercial space, the bulk of which is located in and around Woodfield Mall. The village has many other tourist opportunities such as Medieval Times, Spring Valley Nature Sanctuary, and many restaurants and hotels to make your visit enjoyable.

Some of the city's top choices for visitors include:

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
2001 North Roselle Road, Schaumburg, IL 60195
+1 847 843 3900 / +1 800 544 2001
Medieval Times' founders first launched their unique idea with a dinner attraction on the Spanish island of Majorca in 1973. The choice of locations was fortuitous. The region is fiercely proud of its rich medieval heritage, and just as fiercely passionate about the magnificent Spanish Andalusian horses native to the Iberian Peninsula. The imaginative new entertainment spot was based on the true medieval tradition of royal families inviting guests to a festival and feast to watch Knights compete on horseback.

Alexian Field
1999 Springinsguth Road, Schaumburg, IL 60193
+1 847 891 2255
Minor league baseball came to the village in the spring of 1999. Alexian Field, the 7,000 seat baseball stadium, was built in partnership with the Schaumburg Park District just north of the commuter rail facility. Alexian Field acts as home to the Schaumburg Flyers, a member of the independent Northern League.range which is open evenings. It is named for Earl F. Elliot, a long-time director of the Rockford Park District.