Lincoln Park Real Estate
Chicago, IL
(60614)

Notebaert Nature Museum

Community Living
 


Lincoln Park is one of the North side community areas of Chicago, Illinois in the United States. Named after Lincoln Park, a vast stretch of park belonging to the Chicago Park District, the community area is anchored by the Lincoln Park Zoo and DePaul University. Lincoln Park is bordered by the community areas of Lakeview, De Paul, Old Town, Park West, Ranch Triangle, Sheffield Neighbors, and Wrightwood Neighbors.

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What Makes Lincoln Park Unique?

  • Forbes Magazine - named the area between Armitage St, Willow St, Burling St, and Orchard St as the most expensive block in Chicago in 2007.
  • Chicago History Museum - much of the early collection amassed by the museum was destroyed in the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, but like the city, the museum rose from the ashes. Among its many documents which were lost in the fire was the original Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln. The Museum also houses Chicago's most important collection of materials related to local history. It is open to the public, including high school students working on school projects, though the library holds short opening hours, amounting to less than 24 hours per week.
  • Lincoln Park Zoo - the oldest zoo in the country still free to visitors every day. Lincoln Park Zoo is the only one within the Chicago city limits.
  • Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum - the Museum houses Chicago's most important collection of materials related to local history. It is open to the public, including high school students working on school projects, though the library holds short opening hours, amounting to less than 24 hours per week.

 

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