Lincoln Park Zoo located at 2001 N Clark St is a well-known site to visit while in the Chicago area.
The zoo sits on 35-acres of land in the Lincoln Park area. The Lincoln Park Zoo was established back in 1869 which makes it one of the oldest currently running zoos in North America. Another notable thing about the Lincoln Park Zoo is that it is one of the few Zoos in the United State that is free to enter.
The zoo is opened all year round and has numerous types of species of animals on displays. There are of course different breeds of cats including the lion habitat. There are different breeds of bears including polar bears. There are a various variety of birds including penguins. From seeing life to land mammals odds are the bread of wildlife there are also various forms of reptiles, including lizards and snakes.
The animals reside in habitats throughout the vast zoo, that has also been designated as attractions as well as suitable places for the creature to live. This includes the Regenstein African Journey, Pritzker Family Children's Zoo, and the Kovler Sea Lion Pool. These are just a few of the various animal habitats and exhibits that are found at the Lincoln Park Zoo.
The Lincoln Park Zoo is opened from 10 am to 5 pm during the week and on weekends from
10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. Keep in mind though, that although the zoo is free to enter there could be charges for other things such as food and drink.