Lincoln Park Zoo: Is located near Chicgao's Loop.
Lincoln Park Zoo: Visis the Gibbon baby in the Animal Lifestyles area at Lincoln Park Zoo.
Lincoln Park Zoo: Visit the Silverback Gorilla Kwanacross from the Foreman Pavillionat the Lincoln Park Zoo.
Lincoln Park Zoo: Visit the macaques monkeys across from the Foreman Pavillion in Lincoln Park Zoo.
Lincoln Park Zoo: Visit the Amur tigers in the center of the Zoo at Lincoln Park Zoo
Lincoln Park: Relax in green Lincoln Park and enjoy attractions like the Nature Museum, Conservatory and the Lincoln Park Zoo.
Lincoln Park Zoo: Ofers Yoga classes Wednesday evenings and Saturday and Sunday mornings through September 29.
Lincoln Park Zoo: When the sun goes down, walk through the zoo and see the lights at Lincoln Park Zoo.
See some 1,200 animals, from apes to zebras, at the oldest and one of only a few free zoos left in the country. It is small, only 35 acres, but attractions like the Kovler Lion House and the Regenstein Center for African Apes pack a big punch. The newest feature: The Regenstein Macaque Forest, where snow monkeys swing through trees and relax in a hot tub.
|Venue name:||Lincoln Park Zoo||Contact:|
2001 N Clark St
|Cross street:||between Lake Shore Dr and Fullerton Pkwy|
|Opening hours:||May 26–September 3, Mon–Fri 10am–5pm; Sat, Sun 10am–6:30pm|
|Transport:||Bus: 151, 156.|
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Things to do
Ice Skating at Lincoln Park Zoo
Lace up your ice skates and become part of a favorite winter tradition at the rink at Lincoln Park Zoo's Farm-in-the-Zoo on select dates from November 25–February 26. (Check the website for a calendar.) The Main Barn is open for concessions and warming...Until Sunday February 26 2017
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Zoo Camp
This zoo day camp teaches kids in pre-K through fourth grade about animal diversity, environmental conservation and the ways Lincoln Park Zoo cares for animals at the zoo, as well as conserves them in the wild. Registration includes a healthy snack a...Camps Monday January 16 2017
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Guys but the giraffes. Giraffes are my favorite, and this is one of the few places you can go (for free!) and get pretty close to giraffes. The cat house is also tons of fun, and in winter everyone loves Brew Lights and Zoo Lights, but I'm in it for the giraffes.
This free city zoo is better than most paid admission zoos in other cities. If you're walking through Lincoln Park, you owe yourself a visit to say hello to a red panda or a beaver. The cat house, though historic, can feel a little sad, but otherwise many of the habitats here seem very well maintained and cheerful. Make sure to visit during the holidays to see Zoo Lights.
The Lincoln Park Zoo is free and open year round, which gives you little reason to miss out on some of the coolest animals in town. Check it out in December when the zoo is lit up for Zoo Lights.