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Visiting the shops and quaint boutiques in Lincoln Park can be quite an adventure. So many exclusive and favorite places to discover. Love the local eateries (Summer House, Stella Barra, Cafe Ba Ba Reba).
We went here as part of a city tour. Just a quick restroom stop. Didn't stay long. It's great that it's all free. I think that every city should not charge at the zoo. Also, it's a great spot to take pictures of the Chicago...More
The zoo and Conservatory are really worth a visit. We walked there from downtown Chicago along the lake. It is free and we could have spent a whole day there, but had so much to fit in during our four days in the city.
It is fairly easy to get from the Lincoln Park neighborhood to Soldier field. You can take the Red Line from the Fullerton Station or Armitage Station (depending on where you are in Lincoln Park) to the Roosevelt Station... More
It is fairly easy to get from the Lincoln Park neighborhood to Soldier field. You can take the Red Line from the Fullerton Station or Armitage Station (depending on where you are in Lincoln Park) to the Roosevelt Station and then take the 146 Bus to Soldier Field or walk the remaining way. If you take the Red Line and the Bus it should take you approximately 40 minutes. If you walk the remaining way it will take you a bit longer. The fare is $2.25 for Red Line and $2.25 for the Bus. The cab fare would be approximately $23. Google Maps is great to use in Chicago for planning your route. It will show you routes based on car, public transportation or walking. There are also a lot of taxi fare estimators online (such as faxifarefinder) that you can use to estimate how much cab fare would be in Chicago. Hope that helps!