Clark Street Attractions
See. Experience. Taste. Touch.
Clark Street in Lincoln Park enjoys proximity to a treasure-trove of nationally-renowned gems: The Lincoln Park Zoo, The Lincoln Park Conservatory, outdoor theater, a rowing canal, the Chicago History Museum, The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, ponds, beaches and playing fields.
So stroll among the park’s statues, saunter down the beach, smile at a zebra, visit the Zoo Chicago, engage all your senses all year long. And while visiting these Clark Street area attractions, be sure to step into a local restaurant, refresh yourself at a pub, or pick up any number of last minute essentials to round out your Lincoln Park experience.
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Not to Miss Clark Street area attractions
- The Green City Market - Chicago’s only year-round farmers’ market promoting local, sustainable farmers, producers and chefs by connecting them to the public through educational programming and special events.
- The Chicago History Museum – Standing at the crossroads of America’s past and its future, the CHM cares for, showcases, and interprets millions of authentic pieces of Chicago and U.S. history.
- The Lincoln Park Conservatory - here you will find tropical palms and ancient ferns, right in the heart of Lincoln Park.
- North Avenue Beach – Considered Chicago’s favorite beach, it is the focal point of the Chicago Air & Water show, AVP pro volleyball, and the Beachathalon – the happiest race in America.
- The Elks Veterans Memorial - A monument in the truest sense with its massive dome, heroic sculptures and intricately detailed friezes, built in 1926.
- DePaul University – Nationally respected. Personally focused.
- Wrigley Field – The friendly confines is home to the Chicago Cubs, summer concerts and more. The stadium tours are memorable fun for all ages.