The Village Of Tinley Park
Beyer Stem Cell Institute proudly calls the Village of Tinley Park, Illinois home. Whether you live in Tinley Park or are visiting, there are many activities and local businesses that have a rich history. At Beyer Stem Cell Institute, we value that history.
If you’re in Tinley Park, make sure you take advantage of these amazing locations and add some extra stops to your list:
- The Hollywood Amphitheater
- White Water Canyon Water Park
- Swallow Cliff Stairs at Palos Park
- Hailstorm Brewing Co.
- Fannie May Outlet – Tinley Park
- Odyssey Fun World
- Old Tinley Pub & Eatery
The Beyer Stem Cell Institute Guide To Tinley Park
Tinley Park, located just outside the Chicago area, was incorporated in 1892 and named after the first railroad station agent in the area. But people from all over the world settled in the Tinley Park area as early as the 1820s, including people from:
- Eastern United States
The city thrived because it was located on Chicago’s railroad line, bringing business to their quaint town. Now, Tinley Park is home to over fifty-thousand residents who still cherish their rich history. Make sure you visit their downtown historic district, an area they have focused on continually renovating.
Fun Fact: In 2004, 2005, and 2006, Tinley Park became known for the Tinley Park Lights, a series of mass UFO sightings over the years!
Things To Do
There are plenty of things to do in Tinley Park, so make the most of any time you spend in Tinley Park!
The Hollywood Casino Amphitheater is a large outdoor venue with room for over 28,000 concert-goers. Make sure you check their schedule and see if any good musicians are coming through!
If you’re visiting Tinley Park with the family, you could spend the day at the White Water Canyon Water Park or Odyssey Fun World. The water park has five acres of water fun, including fountains, water cannons, and dumping buckets. Make sure everyone has their swimsuits.
If you’re looking for fun that doesn’t involve water, Odyssey Fun World is also located in Tinley Park. This family fun center has a zip line, arcade games, batting cages, laser tags, a Ferris Wheel, go-karts, and more. Take advantage of the afternoon at Odyssey!
If you’re looking for some fresh air mixed with some exercise, make sure you visit the Swallow Cliff Stairs at Palos Park, located just outside Tinley Park in Cook County. Once you get to the top of the 100-foot-tall bluff, you will reach the Swallow Cliff Woods where you take trails through the preserve. Spend the day taking in the natural riches of Swallow Cliff.
For some delicious food and local music, visit the Old Tinley Pub & Eatery. Follow your meal up with some artisan craft beers, food trucks, and more music from the Hailstorm Brewing Co. Some of their beers on tap include Crash Test Dummy, #Sorryforpartying, and Prairie Madness.
Fannie May Fine Chocolates is a Chicago delicacy, first started in 1920 by H. Teller Archibald. For some delicious, homemade, and local chocolate, stop by the Fannie May Outlet in Tinley Park. Make sure you grab some of their famous Buttercreams!
Beyer Stem Cell Institute
At Beyer Stem Cell Institute, our goal is to help clients experience pain from chronic illnesses, arthritis, and other inflammatory conditions find relief. Using stem cell therapy, we’ve found a way to help treat that pain and provide relief to our patients.
If you’re in the Tinley Park area, make sure you stop by our location or give us a call. Don’t let your chronic pain hold you back!