Introduction to Broadview, Illinois
Broadview was officially incorporated on December 6, 1914. Broadview was named at the suggestion of President Jacob Mueller’s daughter, Elizabeth Cote.
Broadview and nearby Attractions
- Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design
- Ernest Hemingway Birthplace
- Millenium Park
- Brookfield Zoo
- Lincoln Park Alfred Caldwell Lilly Pool
Things To Do In Broadview
The Morton Grove Historical Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Charles Gates Dawes House and the Chicago Portage National Historic Site are some of the local colleges and universities. Millenium Park is a very important center for art, architecture and design, and it houses the work of famous artists, designers and architects. The Brookfield Zoo is nearby as well.
Flights are available from Chicago O’Hare International Airport.
Broadview Higher Education
Local colleges and universities include Triton College, Elmhurst College, Morton College and the Devry Institute of Technology.