Lincoln Park

Is an idyllic neighborhood for nature lovers and those looking for close community away from busy city streets.


Welcome to Lincoln Park

One of the most desirable and beautiful neighborhoods in the Chicago area.
Lincoln Park is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the North Chicago area. As one of the largest neighborhoods, it is home to endless entertainment, dining, and daily adventure. Lincoln Park is an idyllic neighborhood for nature lovers and those looking for close community away from busy city streets. Locals of Lincoln Park are lucky to have the largest park in Chicago, the neighborhood namesake, right at their fingertips. A new development, the Lincoln Yards, will transform Chicago’s riverfront in Lincoln Park with greenspaces, walkways, and vendors. 
The Chicago History Museum, Lakefront Trail, North Avenue Beach, Lincoln Park Conservatory, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Lincoln Park Zoo, Nature Boardwalk, Farm in the Zoo, and Theater on the Lake are all easily accessible and one-of-a-kind neighborhood attractions. Lincoln Park also has fabulous dining and some of the most well-maintained architecture in the city. There are fantastic local boutiques and plenty of chances to shop till you drop amid gorgeous original Chicago row homes. You’ll find Michelin star level Restaurants and critically acclaimed eateries and local snack stops perfect for any day of activity.

What to Love 

  • Amazing shopping, dining, and nature 
  • Chicago’s most beautiful homes. 
  • Near several large attractions

Local Lifestyle

Lincoln Park has a unique vibe. The rich history of the area paired with the beautifully maintained architecture and plentiful parks makes Lincoln Park one of the best places to live in the city. Lincoln Park is both laid back and electric with music, food, and entertainment available almost all night long. This neighborhood is also home to one of the country’s oldest zoos. The Lincoln Park Zoo attracts visitors year-round to visit and explore its beautiful grounds. Who doesn’t love a zoo in their own neighborhood? Lincoln Park has steadily become one of the most fun neighborhoods in the Chicago area.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

The bar scene in Lincoln Park is one of the most eclectic around. Kingston Mines is a world-famous, rustic blues club serving traditional barbeque and blackened catfish. Be sure you save room for their deep-fried peach cobbler.
The Armitage Alehouse is a piano bar with Indian roots. The ambiance is old-world with hand-carved wood and spacious booths. Along with tikka masala, they serve pot pies with pheasant and foie gras. 
One of the favorite rooftop bars in Lincoln Park is The J. Parker. It is above the Hotel Lincoln with walls and ceilings and windows for sweeping 360-degree views of Chicago. They have a popular breakfast and serve small plates and lunch options. Lincoln Hall is a mid-sized venue with live music and a comfortable cocktail bar. 
At the Armitage-Halsted Hub you will find unique boutiques and dining options. The Bedside Manor carries luxury linens and Art Effect has jewelry and home decor. At Foxtrot, you will find exclusive brands such as Vosges Haut-Chocolate. There is also the Lincoln Park Farmers Market where you can shop for fresh, local produce.

Things to Do

Lincoln Park is the longtime home of legendary Lincoln Park Zoo. This 35-acre attraction has brought delight to people across Chicago for generations. The Chicago History Museum is also right within Lincoln Parks borders so you can step back in time and explore your local history. 
Lincoln Park is also home to Chicago’s favorite beach. North Avenue Beach provides a lovely place for swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, jet skiing, and wakeboards. There is also a 22,000-square-foot beach house, restaurant, and venue for renting everything you need for water sports. 
Theater on the Lake has a stage for contemporary theater in a 1920s building with lake views. Concerts, theater productions, and dance take the stage and the restaurant has the best lake views in the city. The venue is also available to book for private parties.


The families in Lincoln Park are served by the Chicago Public Schools District, Region Four, along with private schools in the area. 

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