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History Lincoln Park became incorporated in 1837, back when it was Chicago’s northern boundary. Land was selling at $150/acre then! Throughout the years Lincoln Park has been a melting pot of different nationalities moving into Chicago making Lincoln Park the eclectic town that it is today. Lincoln Park gets its name from the park that now stretches miles past the neighborhood. The park runs from the Near North Side all the way up to Edgewater.
Current Today Lincoln Park is packed with its diverse collection of designer boutiques, neighborhood cafes and dining from all around the world. The center of Lincoln Park holds DePaul University adding to the diverse offering of arts and entertainment. The natural beauty and green space can still be found everywhere from the sprawling landscape in the park this neighborhood gets its name from. New developments modernize old buildings while many remain in their original architectural state putting on a display of old and new like no where else in the city.
Attractions The Lincoln Park Zoo is open year round and free for the public to enjoy. Enjoy the butterfly sanctuary in the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum or the 3 acres of breathtaking display of exotic plants at the Lincoln Park Conservatory. Some of Chicago’s best dining and bars are located in Lincoln Park. Catch a legendary Blues show any night of the week at Kingston Mines or catch a play at one of the many theaters.