1. Betsy Thompson

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    Oh hi, zoo! The Lincoln Park Zoo is a great way to spend an afternoon with family or friends. It’s free admission and has all the animals and attractions as the other zoos. Lincoln Park Zoo has lot of great events throughout the year too. From Zoo Lights to Yoga classes in the summer, there’s something for everything.

  2. Spencer Wade

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    Love this place, who doesn’t love animals, there are lots of different types to see. The park is free and the park is large and has plenty to see. Their exhibits are wonderful and the animals all seem happy. The gift shop has lots to choose from and the animals make it a place to see while visiting Chicago. There is a large park around the zoo so there is plenty of parking. The park is free but the do accept donations, try and donate while you are there to make this a place that last for years to come. I did read that this is one of the oldest Zoos in the country. The childrens area seems to keep our visiting nieces and nephews busy throughout the visit, its a must see for visitors to the city or locals living here.

  3. Naomi kim

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    I love zoos! I’m one of those nerd who read all of the boards to read about the animals and their habitats. They have a nice diversity of animals and the place is pretty clean. The walkways are nice and wide that allows for good crowd control. The architecture on the buildings are great show the age of the zoo.Go during zoo lights during the holiday season. It’s cold, but you can bring your own hot chocolate and drink it inside the warm cafe. Bathrooms are scarce so if you can pee beforehand, please do. There are also activities for children and “older” children alike.

  4. Buck Wild

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    We love this place! True, zoos are not ideal living conditions for wild animals. They do however serve their purpose. Zoos expose children and adults alike to the far greater problems many animals face with regard to their natural habitat. They raise our awareness of our increasing encroachment and how it effects all living creatures. Maybe I’m wrong, but isn’t that the bigger picture?Here’s my upbeat Zoo Lights story. Last year we are determined to see the light display. On our chosen night it’s 35 below wind chill. You don’t have to be a meteorologist to know that’s cold. Despite the fact we both are well prepared for Chiberian conditions, WE ARE FROZEN to our core. It was an awesome and memorable experience that we will never forget. The displays were superb. We didn’t miss a single bulb even though we couldn’t be outside for longer than ten minutes at a time. Awesome! Don’t miss the Zoo Lights.

  5. vickie larkin

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    I have not been to a zoo in about 15 years. I enjoyed myself so much. There was so much to do there. Loved all the animals. The only thing is that there is alot of construction going on. I will be back in the winter since so many reviews say it is so pretty.