The 2 story Pavilion, built in 1898, is one of the city's most valued historical landmarks. It is located at 100 Oakwood Boulevard in the beautiful historic Lords Park, a photographic 108 acre site. Available for use by groups of up to 300 people - 150 people on each level; prices vary according to size and rental terms. Download our rental agreement. Please call 847-931-6123 to rent this facility.
The pavilion will have open hours the first and third Saturday of each month from 9 am to 11 am. Stop in to get a tour of the facility.
Due to unsafe icy conditions, open viewing hours for the Lords Park Pavilion will not be available on Saturday, February 17. Open hours will resume on March 3, from 9 - 11 am.
This 108-acre regional park, located on the east side of Elgin, was first established in 1892 by the Lord family of Elgin. This park has a wonderful history and is currently home to some of the area's destination facilities including the Elgin Public Museum, the Lords Park Zoo, the historic Pavilion and the Lord's Park Aquatic Center. This park offers numerous facilities in a picturesque setting of mature Hickory and Oak trees on rolling terrain. Picnicking is a popular activity at one of the two permitted picnic shelters. Playgrounds, basketball and tennis complement the open play field used for practice or pickup games. A large little league baseball complex is part of the Lords Park property and includes ten fields used by the little league group.