Lilacia Park

This 8.5 acre public park in Lombard, Illinois features over 200 varieties of lilacs and over 700 lilac plants in all. There are also 35,000 tulips. These all bloom in a limited season from late April to late May.



150 S. Park Avenue, Lombard, Illinois. A detailed map may be found here.

Distance from Downtown Chicago

23 miles from the center of town

How To Get There

Bike, Walk, Metra Rail, Drive


The park is accessible.

Things To Do

Hiking, Picnicking and Wildflowers.

Fun Facts

The lilac collection was started by Colonel William Plum who bequeathed it to Lombard in 1927.

Other Information

Restrooms are available in the adjacent Helen Plum Library.


The Lilac Bakery located close to the park at 348 S. Main Street, Lombard, features wonderful pastries.

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Best Time To Visit

Late April to late May

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