Chicago’s Lincoln Park Neighborhood is bordered by North Avenue, Diversey Parkway, Clybourn Avenue and Lake Michigan. Lincoln Park is a traditional neighborhood with many well-known fine restaurants and shopping. The Lincoln Park Zoo is a free attraction frequented by thousands of tourists and local residents. In the winter, the zoo has the Festival of Lights and, as a result, is a destination spot year round. Living in East Lincoln Park allows easy access to jogging and bike trails through the massive and equally beautiful Lincoln Park that gives the neighborhood its name. West of Halsted lies DePaul University, which has one of the largest and most well-known campuses in Chicago.
One of the city’s most historically significant neighborhoods is also one of its most popular among both tourists and residents. In all, eight historic districts are either entirely within the Lincoln Park community or overlap into it. Attractions like the Chicago History Museum, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum and Lincoln Park Conservatory draw crowds year-round, while other hidden treasures, like the spectacular Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, are around the corner. Magnificent mansions, swank boutiques, and renowned restaurants complete the rich tapestry that is Lincoln Park.
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