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North of downtown Chicago on Lake Shore Drive, I-94, off the Fullerton Parkway exit, is the Lincoln Park Zoo. It is easy to get to by car. There is a public parking lot at the entrance to Lincoln Park Zoo.
This quaint neighborhood is a dream for nature lovers: manicured gardens, hidden lakes with water lilies, historic indoor botanical gardens, and numerous lakeside green spaces with beautiful views of the city. There is also space for one of the country’s oldest free zoos, spa, hotel, and famous food venues, including one of the best restaurants in the world.
What really sets Lincoln Park apart is the park of the same name in the area. Here, you will find lush gardens, lakeside walks, Lincoln Park Zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory, North Street Beach, Peggy Notebaert Museum of Nature, Chicago History Museum, Nature Boardwalk, Zoo Farm, Lake Theater—— Here is one day (or weekend or week) to explore.
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Chicago is renowned for its excellent food choices, and Lincoln Park is famous in Chicago as a particularly lovely place to grab a bite to eat.
Immediately after entering Boka, you will know that you are going to indulge yourself. The menu at Boka changes seasonally, and there’s a lot of thought into the design, so this menu lacks length; it entirely makes up for the inventiveness. Whatever you decide, the plate that arrives in front of you is sure to blend colors, flavors, and textures most unusually and innovatively. They also have a great pastry chef, so the dessert menu, instead of being an afterthought, is a key part of the meal. This exciting take on American cuisine is an excellent choice for a special night out.
Juno is not your average mixed sushi. A glance at the menu will reveal the abundance of thought that led to the creation of the dishes. The nigiri and sashimi menu, for example, tells the reader exactly where each variety of fish comes from. Those looking for a true cultural experience should try the Omakase, a pre-booked special group dinner entirely set up by the chef, allowing guests to entrust their meal to the expert.
Fondue restaurant, Geja’s Café, offers more than just a meal. While it’s possible to order specific dishes from their cheese or chocolate fondue options, the full experience doesn’t come until you get one of their first four-course meals. It all starts with cheese fondue, which is a glorious sauce made from Gruyere mixed with wine, brandy, and spices. Next comes a salad to refresh and cleanse your palate because the main course that follows deserves your full attention. You have a choice of various meats and seafood to cook in vegetable oil or meat broth and then the sweet reward, chocolate fondue.
In the northwest of the zoo is the Lincoln Park Conservatory, a greenhouse at around 40°C with a large variety of plants. Behind it is the Notebaert Nature Museum, with many interesting areas about nature.
Visit the Lincoln Park Zoo and relax in one of Chicago’s most visited gardens - Illinois.
East of Clark Street on the edge of Lincoln Park, high blocks of different types are densely packed and compete for the best view of Lake Michigan.
Chicago is a city with a long history. You can read more about where it’s been (and get a glimpse at where it’s headed) at the Chicago Museum of History. Permanent exhibits such as “Lincoln’s Chicago” and “Chicago: Crossroads in America” take visitors back in time, allowing them to recall images of the city from the 1860s. Kids will love them. The Sensing Chicago exhibit features a vast Chicago-style hot dog that visitors can climb, as well as other interactive stations featuring famous sights, sounds, and smells.