5 mentions in Best free things to do in Chicago?
Kyle T. said, "...city so Lincoln Park is definitely a place you should check out if you like the outdoors. It's massive and the Lincoln Park Zoo is there. Humboldt Park is another really nice one that's also fairly large and it's further west. I'm a..." See More
Lauren F. said, "...Michigan. On Wednesdays and Saturdays you can shop the Green City Market farmers' market followed by a stop at the (free) Lincoln Park Zoo. If you're into beer, stop by Lagunitas Brewing Company for a free brewery tour and a bite to..." See More
Katherine R. said, "...Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art admission is $5. Definitely check out Millennium Park, which is also free. Lincoln Park Zoo admission is also free. Lincoln Park..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...the way to Chinatown Chicago, an all day pass is $8, you can travel for less with a single ride. The Lincoln Park Zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory and Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool are all free to visit and in the same general..." See More
4 mentions in Kid Friendly in Chicago
Kristi D. said, "...I don't have kids but some of the sights that I think would be kid friendly would include the Lincoln Park Zoo if the weather is nice and you could also stop by the Lincoln Park conservatory, both are free. The Shedd Aquarium..." See More
Eric T. said, "...The Shedd Aquarium is always a favorite although can be a bit $$ and busy. Lincoln Park Zoo is a nice size zoo and it is free! I'm not entirely sure what 3 year olds are into but those are the two I..." See More
Melissa C. said, "...I would agree with a lot of the other suggestions. Lincoln Park Zoo is one of my favorite places and great for kids. If it is chilly out, there are plenty of animal houses to get warm in and explore. The restaurant Stanley's..." See More
Gre T. said, "...The Lincoln Park Zoo is free and would be great for a three year old. Just outside the zoo, to the west, is a small playground that would also be a good place for her to burn some energy...." See More
3 mentions in Chicago with Kids- where to stay and what to do?
Kristi D. said, "...the main part of the aquarium for a shorter visit or one of the pricier options that includes different parts. The Lincoln Park Zoo is nice because it's free and a short bus or el ride from downtown, the Brookfield Zoo is the..." See More
Jill S. said, "...( U.S. Cellular Field and Wrigley Field) if they grandkids are into sports, both just a cab drive away. Also, the Lincoln Park Zoo and North Avenue Beach are in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. If you feel like a train ride out to..." See More
3 mentions in Kid friendly places for a day trip in downtown Chicago?
Lauren F. said, "...you can head over to Maggie Daley Park, the newly opened park next to Millennium Park that has a great playground. Lincoln Park Zoo is another great free option for a nice day and for museums you have the Chicago Children's Museum at..." See More
Will C. said, "...The Lincoln Park Zoo is free if you want to visit a zoo. Now that the summer has started, there is usually live music or performances in Millennium Park. Water taxis are a good way to see the architecture and buildings from the..." See More
3 mentions in What to do with a 7 year old in Chicago?
Melissa C. said, "...I would definitely take her to Lincoln Park Zoo. I take my nieces and nephews there at least twice a year and they never get tired of it. I would also recommend The Art Institute of Chicago. It is just a wonderful..." See More
Susan E. said, "...open. Navy Pier has lots of tourists but also lots of things to do, including the Chicago Children's Museum. And the Lincoln Park Zoo is always fun. With a 7 year granddaughter you'll probably have to pay a visit to the American Girl..." See More
3 mentions in Questions Regarding Lakeview Area
John W. said, "...With a week you can explore the whole area so make sure you go along the lakefront, check out the free Lincoln Park Zoo, or you can walk to Blue Man Group and other things close by. Southport corridor is nice too..." See More
Hazel B. said, "...You just walk up and down Clark St. Goes to Lincoln Park Zoo, Old Town, Second City. If tired take cab back. There is a Museum across from Elles where l like to eat breakfast. Many Statues in the area. Take a..." See More
Melissa C. said, "...at Frances' Deli. There is a good, but reasonable Italian place called Sapori Trattoria to have lunch or dinner. I second Lincoln Park Zoo and the Nature Boardwalk Peoples Gas Education Pavilion. Or you can walk along the Lakefront Trail for beautiful views..." See More
2 mentions in How many days should I spend in Chicago?
Kristi D. said, "...from 3-7 days depending on what you can spare. Chicago has great museums-art, history, science, natural history. It has the free Lincoln Park Zoo inside the city and the Brookfield Zoo in the suburbs. There's the beautiful Chicago Botanic Garden north of the..." See More
Tim H. said, "...some of the neighborhoods there are more unique and special retail locations. I'd spend some time in Lincoln Park, at the Lincoln Park Zoo and Conservatory. If you are here in decent weather, there is nothing like the experience of a Cubs game,..." See More
1 mention in LA, San Fran, Chicago and NYC with a toddler
Katherine R. said, "...play/art room. Garfield Park Conservatory isn't in the greatest neighborhood but it's right off the train and beautiful/fun for kids. The Lincoln Park Zoo is probably the best free kids option. Kid-friendly food: Most Italian restaurants (pizza!) in Chicago are super kid-friendly. Wishbone..." See More
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