Lincoln Park ranks up with New York's Central Park as one of the nation's finest urban playgrounds. In fact, the two were ... More
Lincoln Park ranks up with New York's Central Park as one of the nation's finest urban playgrounds. In fact, the two were designed by the same landscape architect genius, Frederick Law Olmstead. From North Avenue all the way up to Ardmore, Lincoln Park encompasses over 1000 acres (405 hectares) of rolling green spaces and pretty lakes. Locals prize the viewing bridge over the North Pond that looks out at the Michigan Avenue Skyline. Visit the Lincoln Park Zoo and the Chicago Historical Society . Dozens of statues, including the famous statue of General Grant, can be found here. Look for other statues of Goethe, Shakespeare, Sir George Solti, Ben Franklin, and Hans Christian Anderson. Be sure to watch out behind you, though. Joggers, roller-bladers and bicyclists tend to whip through here without caution.
The newly renovated Chicago History Museum offers interesting exhibitions for both children and adult visitors. Explore the city's colorful past
from its distinctive neighborhoods to its entertainment and economy in the museum's permanent collection, Chicago: Crossroads of America. With ...
Enjoy outdoor theater as only Chicago can do it. Located in Lincoln Park, yards from Lake Michigan, this summer theater
dates back to 1942, when it featured amateur productions. It now boasts encore performances by some of the city's ...
The Public Chicago hotel is located seven miles from Chicago Midway Airport. The hotel is close from the Gold Coast,
steps from the shopping and nightlife of Michigan Avenue, The Magnificent Mile, Oak Street, Rush Street, Lincoln Park, the ...