It's the sole reminder of Lincoln Park’s pre-1864 use, when the entire area was a municipal cemetery. Many of the graves contained dead...
Standing Lincoln Sculpture
Sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Standing Lincoln shows the 16th president deep in contemplation right before he delivers a great...
Green City Market
Stands of purple cabbages, red radishes, green asparagus and other bright-hued produce sprawl through Lincoln Park at Chicago's biggest...
It's all about the view from the Hotel Lincoln's 13th-floor rooftop bar. And it delivers, sweeping over the park, the lake and downtown...
Patio at Cafe Brauer
Take a break from zoo explorations at pretty Cafe Brauer. It's perfect for an ice-cream cone, flatbread pizza or glass of wine refresher...
Lincoln Park information
The neighborhood gets its name from this park, Chicago’s largest. Its 1200 acres stretch for 6 miles, from North Ave north to Diversey Pkwy, where it narrows along the lake and continues until the end of Lake Shore Dr. On sunny days locals come out to play in droves, taking advantage of the ponds, paths and playing fields or visiting the zoo and beaches. It's fine spot to while away a morning or afternoon (or both).