Otobots auto repair proudly serves the thriving community of Niles, IL with industry certified technicians. A notable landmark and point of pride among Niles’ residents is the Leaning Tower of Niles, a smaller-scale replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This landmark is seen in the opening Chicago-area montage of the film Wayne’s World. The Niles Leaning Tower has also been featured in many national magazines including Oprah’s “O” Magazine in 2014.
Another notable landmark is the Tam O’Shanter Golf Course (today called “The Tam”), which is currently under the ownership of the Niles Park District. From 1941-1957, the course was host to the All American Open on the PGA Tour. In 1964 and 1965, the course hosted the Western Open.
Maryhill Cemetery is the final resting place of John S. Gacy & Marion Elaine Gacy, but it is not – according to Maryhill staff – the final resting place of their son, convicted serial killer John Wayne Gacy, though there is considerable debate as to what happened to his cremated remains after his execution. The world headquarters of the Bradford Group, a major collectibles company, is located on Milwaukee Avenue. St. John Brebeuf Catholic Church was the first Catholic parish in Niles. Golf Mill Shopping Center opened in 1960 and is still the largest shopping center in Niles. Niles Community Rain Garden created in 2008.
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