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Buffalo Grove is located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Illinois Route 83 leads north towards central Lake County and south towards O’Hare International Airport. East-west streets can take residents east to Lake Michigan. Nearby suburbs include Lake Forest, Highland Park, and Glencoe.
Buffalo Grove is about 30 miles (48 km) northwest of the Chicago Loop.
The Vernon Area Library, which is located just east of the border in neighboring Lincolnshire.
Wheeling Township Buffalo Grove as well as a small portion of Lake County Buffalo Grove is served by the Indian Trails Public Library District located in Wheeling south of the intersection of Dundee Road and Schoenbeck Road. Vernon Township Buffalo Grove is served by the Vernon Area Public Library District located in Lincolnshire just north of the intersection of Half Day Road and Olde Half Day Road.
The Raupp Museum, operated by the Buffalo Grove Park District, is the town’s museum of local history. Saint Mary’s Church, completed 1899, is the oldest building in the village. Lou Malnatis Pizzeria is housed in the second oldest building in the village (also completed 1899). Located around the same downtown area, there is the Buffalo Grove Town Center, which is a major shopping and retail destination within the village, at the Buffalo Grove Road and McHenry Road intersections with Lake-Cook Road, being anchored by the Buffalo Grove Theaters and by Bowlero: a bowling/arcade/laser-tag venue that hosts birthday parties.
Buffalo Grove hosts two festivals during the summer: The Buffalo Grove Invitational Fine Arts Festival is held in Buffalo Grove Town Center in mid-July, with over 30,000 visitors attending on average, and in September, Buffalo Grove hosts the multi-day Buffalo Grove Days festival around the intersection of Deerfield Road and McHenry Road. The festival is mostly home to carnival games, roller coaster rides, arts and craft booths, food vendors, and live music. There is a parade held at the beginning of the festival and fireworks on the Saturday night. The festival usually attracts not just Buffalo Grove residents, but also residents from the neighboring communities. Throughout the summer Buffalo Grove hosts a Farmer’s Market at the Spray and Play Pool on McHenry Road west of the intersection of Buffalo Grove Road.
Buffalo Grove relies on multiple north-south roadways including Milwaukee Avenue, Buffalo Grove Road Weiland road, and Arlington Heights Road.Going east-west, the village uses Dundee Road (Illinois Route 68) to its south, Lake-Cook Road and Deerfield Parkway towards the center, and both Aptakisic and Half Day Road (Illinois Route 22) to its north. McHenry Road (Illinois Route 83) acts as a diagonal road in the village and goes both east-west and north south, depending on where in the village you are!
Since 1996, Buffalo Grove has had a station on Metra’s North Central Service, which provides daily rail service between Antioch and Chicago (at Union Station). The train station is located just east of the intersection of Weiland Road and Deerfield Parkway. North of the intersection of Half Day Road (IL Route 22) and Prairie Road is the station for Prairie View, also used by many residents. The North Central Service runs primarily during rush hour and does not run on the weekends, so many Buffalo Grove residents use the Arlington Heights Metra Station, the Deerfield Metra Station, or the Lake Cook Road Metra Station also in Deerfield.