Lincoln Park Zoo

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Facility:Lincoln Park Zoo
Description:The Lincoln Park Zoo is one of the nation's oldest zoos and one of the last free zoos in the country. In 1868, the gift of a pair of swans began Lincoln Park Zoo and its commitment to the world's wildlife. Continually evolving and improving since that time, Lincoln Park Zoo is now a leader in wildlife conservation, community education and recreation. More than 1,000 animals make their home here. Rare and exotic species, as well as more familiar animals, are exhibited in environments that reflect their habitats in the wild.
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Address 1:2001 N Clark Street
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City:Chicago
State/Province:IL
Zip Code:60614-4757
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Telephone:(312) 742-2000
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
Urania, Co-op Member
Although Lincoln Park Zoo is a nice experience, it seems that every time I go a good number of the exhibits are either being remodeled, empty, animals out sick, etc. The perks for going is that the zoo is free.
Starla Robbins, Co-op Member
This is a great zoo. It has free admission everyday and there is a beautiful view of the city.
Pat, Co-op Member
Lovely zoo with farm area. Zoo is free, BUT parking is expensive! Can park on Cannon Drive often if you are willing/able to walk a bit.
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