Chicago’s Beautiful Lincoln Park

The Apollo Theater is a proud part of Chicago's historic Lincoln Park neighborhood.
Check out these other attractions before or after a show at the Apollo!

For a list of nearby restaurants, please visit our neighborhood page.

Lincoln Park
500-5700 N. Lake Shore Drive

Running along Chicago’s captivating lakefront, Lincoln Park was named one of 2009’s Great Public Spaces in America, for its world-class amenities, historic landmarks, and buildings, and for the wide range of activities available to park users.

Lincoln Park Zoo
2001 N Clark St.

Open 365 days a year with free admission, the species at Lincoln Park Zoo connect visitors with amazing animals and wild places around the globe.

Lincoln Park Conservatory
2391 N Stockton Dr.

A conservatory and botanical garden, containing four rooms displaying exotic plants from around the world.

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 N Cannon Dr.

Connecting Chicagoans to nature and science through natural history, child and adult education, and butterfly house.

Chicago History Museum
2430 N Cannon Dr.

Rising from the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire, the Chicago History Museum’s 22 million holdings explore the city’s development and its relationship to and influence on American history.

DePaul Art Museum
935 W. Fullerton Ave.

Exhibitions rotate every six to eight weeks. The gallery is renowned for its permanent collection of artwork from 20th century Midwest painters as well as photography, but exhibits run the full gamut of artistic tastes.