This convenient neighborhood is one of Chicago's most affluent communities. 

Welcome to Lincoln Park 

Highly desired picturesque neighborhood that is a dream for nature lovers.
Lincoln Park is a highly desired location on the North Side of Chicago, IL. Situated to the west of Chicago's largest park, Lincoln Park, this convenient neighborhood is one of Chicago's most affluent communities. 
This picturesque community is a dream for nature lovers with a historic indoor botanical garden, manicured gardens, tons of lakefront green space that offers spectacular city views, and a hidden lily pond. It also is home to an acclaimed dining scene and one of the oldest free zoos in the country.

What to Love

  • Lush landscape
  • Beautiful boutiques
  • Enticing eateries
  • Affluent neighborhood

Local Lifestyle 

What really makes Lincoln Park stand out and be family-friendly is its namesake park. In this park, you'll find the Lakefront Trail, lushly landscaped grounds, the Lincoln Park Conservatory,  the Chicago History Museum, the Farm in the Zoo, the Nature Boardwalk, the Lincoln Park Zoo, the Theater on the Lake, the North Avenue Beach, The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, and even more. You can spend a whole day, weekend, or even week exploring.
If you like shopping, then Lincoln Park will be your new paradise. You'll find an array of beautiful boutiques in the charming area around Halsted and Armitage all lined up in historic row homes. Also, Lincoln Park has a great selection of eateries that will entice you, from the Cafe Ba-Ba-Reebal and Goose Island Brew House to the Michelin-starred Boka and romantic fondue haven Geja's Cafe.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

The Summer House Santa Monica brings the fun of summer all year round. You'll find homemade breads, California fare and wines, and much more on a California-inspired menu served in a beach house-inspired spot. 
Chicago's original tapas bar, Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba, has been offering its authentic Spanish cuisine since 1985. You'll find a lively scene with paella, pitchers of sangria and Spanish tapas at this classic Chicago restaurant.
Pequod's Pizza is a hometown pizzeria that locals enjoy for its delicious deep-dish pizza and unique atmosphere. The original owner sold it in 1986 which ultimately led to its rebirth. Since then, new leadership has given new energy to the restaurant. They expanded the menu and added a savory thin crust pizza to the legendary pan pizza. Pequod's became one of Chicago's northwest suburb's best know secret for pizza as word-of-mouth popularity grew.
Located right in the heart of Lincoln Park is the Athenian Room. It's been serving Greek specialties such as juice-soaked fries and gyros since the 1970s.

Things to Do 

The first thing on the to-do list is the Lincoln Park Zoo. This 35-acre zoo was founded in 1868. It's North America's fourth-oldest zoo and is one of the very few zoos in the U.S. that offers free admission.
Also located in Lincoln Park is North Avenue Beach. This is one of the most popular beaches in Chicago and features a popular and unique beach house containing 22,000 square feet of area that provides different features for everyone. This ocean liner-inspired, sleek building boasts one of the most amazing views in the city. It has portholes and upper decks for viewing the breathtaking horizon or the many walkers, runners, rollerbladers, and bikers moving down the lakefront trail.
Oz Park is a family-friendly favorite for parents as they gather up their preschoolers for a fun "Wizard of Oz" theme. Children can swing, climb, and run around "Dorothy's Playlot." Families can take a stroll through the park and stop at "Emerald Garden" to enjoy the colorful flowers. The children can then partake in organized activities like t-ball, soccer, and day camp. 
After a fun day at North Avenue Beach or Oz Park, you may want to enjoy some barbecue and live band entertainment at the world-famous blues nightclub, Kingston Mines located in Lincoln Park.


Schools managed by the City of Chicago School District #299 include:
  • Pritzker Elementary, Grades PK-8
  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, Grades K-6
  • Lincoln Middle School, Grades 1-12
  • Lincoln Park High School, Grades 9-12

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