Spend Spring Break in Lincoln Park

March 2, 2017

Whether you’re visiting for the first time or locals planning a stay-cation, Lincoln Park is the perfect place to visit during Spring Break. From immersive, one of a kind camps to action packed family adventures, Lincoln Park has something for everyone.

Lincoln Park Camps

Spring Break Camp @ Lincoln Park Zoo
Lincoln Park Zoo is having a spring break trip across the Americas! Campers will get a chance to explore habitats from North to South America, and learn about the critters that call these environments home. Prices for Full-Day programs for First – Fourth graders start at $340/week ($290/week for members), while Half-Day programs for PreK – K children are $170/week ($145/ week for members).

March 20 – 24 and April 10 – 14
Lincoln Park Zoo
2001 N. Clark

The Second City Spring Break Camps
Spend your Spring Break working out your creative energies in our Spring Break Camps. Learn new skills, meet new friends and enjoy hanging out at The Second City during the break from school. Each five-day camp runs from 9:00am-4:00pm each day. Students are grouped by age.

March 13–17, March 20-24, March 27-31, April 3-7, April 10-14, April 17-21
The Second City
1616 N. Wells

Lincoln Park Family Stops

ArcLight Cinemas
1500 N. Clybourn
ArcLight Cinemas, located in the NEWCITY Lifestyle & Entertainment District, shows a mix of new-released blockbusters, specialty and retrospective products.

Chicago History Museum
1601 N. Clark
Chicago History Museum’s mission is to share Chicago’s stories and serve as a center of learning, inspiration and civic engagement. The CHM’s exhibits touch the lives of all Chicagoans and help them make meaningful connections with the past.

Dave & Busters
1030 N. Clark
Dave & Busters offers a wide range of games, food and sporting events with something to do for the entire family.

Diversey River Bowl
2211 W. Diversey
With its concert level lighting and over-the-top sound system, Diversey River Bowl creates a unique experience that makes it stand out from other bowling alleys.

Emerald City Theatre
Emerald City Theatre strives to reach all children through their playful, professional and culturally relevant artistic programs.

iFly – Lincoln Park
800 W. Scott
Want to capture the thrill of skydiving, without leaving the ground? iFly offers the dream of flight to almost everyone through their innovative indoor skydiving system.

iO Theater
1501 N. Kingsbury
iO Theater is widely considered to be the premier venue for long-form improvisational comedy. The iO Theater has a wide range of hilarious and entertaining shows, and offers improv classes.

King’s Bowl
1500 N. Clybourn
Featuring bowling, pool, and foosball, Kings is a social scene for all occasions; be it a family outing, a date night hotspot, a corporate event or a great place to connect with friends.

Lincoln Park Conservatory
2391 N. Stockton
Lincoln Park Conservancy has been at the forefront of conservation and restoration since they were founded in 1984. Lincoln Park Conservancy offers park tours year-round, including holidays.

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 N. Cannon
The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum has been connecting Chicagoans to nature since 1960. The Nature Museum has several family-oriented exhibits and events throughout the year.

The Second City
1616 N. Wells
Chicago’s legendary comedy theater, The Second City, is a perfect outing for families with teenagers. The Second City features Chicago-style comedy performed by some of the best in the business.

Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre
2433 N. Lincoln
Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre is a Tony Award-winning theatre, that focuses on developing new theatre work and creating an inclusive theatre community. They have a wide range of shows.

WhirlyBall – Chicago
1825 W. Webster
With 12 bowling lanes, a 2-level laser tag arena and 3 whirlyball courts, WhirlyBall is a great place for private parties or a day of fun with the family.

Lincoln Park Neighborhood Hotels

See Chicago from a whole new perspective. By staying at one of our neighborhood hotels, you can experience Chicago like a local. With public transportation and easy access to cabs and car sharing services, it’s easy to make your way through the city to all your favorite attractions.

Days Inn Chicago
644 W. Diversey

Hotel Lincoln
1816 N. Clark

Hotel Indigo
1244 N. Dearborn

Majestic Hotel
528 W. Brompton

Villa D’Citta
2230 N. Halsted


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