Welcome to Hinsdale
Exclusive village offering luxurious living in a historic setting
Hinsdale is an exclusive and affluent village located around 20 miles west of Chicago in Cook County and DuPage County. Offering residents a luxurious lifestyle in a beautiful historic setting with many architectural landmarks, the community also provides a convenient commute into Chicago with three Metra train stations and access to I-55 and I-294. Hinsdale’s historic downtown area is packed with a diverse array of trendy boutiques and refined restaurants. The real estate mix includes stunning masterpiece estates dating back to the 1920s and homes in nationally-registered historic districts in Colonial, Queen Anne, and Victorian styles.
What to Love
- Masterpiece 1920s estates
- Charming downtown area
- Historic districts
- Burlington Park
People & Lifestyle
Hinsdale is a friendly community with lots of great downtown stores and eateries. It also has some of the best schools in the area and a peaceful village vibe. Niche.com ranks Hinsdale as one of the best places in Illinois to raise a family.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Hinsdale’s charming downtown district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Along streets lined with mature trees and old-fashioned lamp posts, historic buildings house a fantastic selection of trendy boutique stores and upscale restaurants.
offers an innovative mix of traditional Japanese sushi and inventive Latin-influenced sushi rolls. Their menu includes other classic Japanese fare and creative entrées, such as Chilean sea bass in miso sauce and salmon glazed with Korean BBQ sauce. is a lively American bistro that has earned several Diner’s Choice, Chicago Tribune, and Hillsdale Magazine awards. Their menu has wood-fired pizzas, award-winning burgers, and handcrafted cocktails. Wood-fired pizza is also on the menu at rustic-chic tavern . Their other elevated bar eats include delicious gourmet sandwiches, tacos, and rolls. Fuller House also offers craft beers, specialty cocktails, and an impressive whiskey selection. puts a creative contemporary spin on classic Italian dishes. This refined establishment has a great wine selection with 50% off non-reserve bottles on Wednesdays.
Things to Do
is a scenic open space with tall trees, grass lawns, and a fountain to the immediate north of the Hinsdale train station and historic downtown area. In August, Burlington Park is packed with artists for the Hinsdale Fine Arts Festival. Artists here include those working in ceramics, fiber arts, jewelry, painting, photography, and sculpture. Burlington Park also hosts a weekly Farmers Market on Mondays from June to October. The market has been held weekly since 1977 and features more than two dozen vendors offering produce directly from farms across the Midwest. Vendors sell fresh fruits and vegetables along with cheeses, ciders, honey, jams, meats, poultry, flowers, and prepared foodstuffs. Uniquely Thursdays is another weekly highlight at Burlington Park that runs through the summer with a diverse lineup of free live music performances.
The Rotary Run Charity Classic in October attracts over 1,000 runners from across Chicagoland. The run features a variety of race lengths suitable for all ages and ability levels, from a 3K Walk and “Mutt Strut” for your four-legged family members to a 10K Run for the most dedicated runners.
Hinsdale is served by Hinsdale CCSD 181 and Hinsdale Township HSD 86. Highlights include:
- The Lane Elementary School, Public, K-5
- Hinsdale Middle School, Public, 6-8
- Hinsdale Central High School, Public, 9-12