Hinsdale’s rolling, wooded landscape, historic downtown and beautiful homes attract some of the state’s most affluent residents, earning the suburb its ranking as one of the wealthiest zip codes in Illinois.
A walk through downtown Hinsdale is a step back in time. The downtown district is on the National Register of Historic Places, with several historic buildings dating back to before the community was incorporated in the 1870s. Residents and visitors will also find award-winning restaurants that will satisfy any palate along with a variety of shops, from jewelry stores and upscale boutiques to craft shops and more.
The community has a wealth of amenities such as the Hinsdale Community Swimming Pool, Katherine Legge Memorial Park, and Burlington Park, which is home to various annual events including the Farmers Market, Fine Arts Festival, and Uniquely Thursdays concert series. There are also numerous parks and athletic facilities for those who enjoy sports like tennis, baseball, and soccer.
Students are primarily served by Community Consolidated School District 181 and the Hinsdale Township High School District 86, which includes Hinsdale South High School and Hinsdale Central High School, ranked one of the best high schools in the country.
Hinsdale has easy access to the Tri-State Tollway, Stevenson Expressway and three train stations along Metra’s BNSF Railway.