We know you’re pretty excited to be visiting Chicago, and as the third largest city in the U.S there’s no way you’ll be disappointed. There is something to see for everyone, seriously. You can start in our own backyard. With more than 1,200 acres along Lake Michigan, Chicago’s Lincoln Park is the perfect starting place to begin your Chicago excursion, and you can get there by riding the bikes we have available for a small fee. Other can’t miss attractions include the Lincoln Park Zoo, The Lincoln Park Conservatory, and the Chicago History Museum, but let’s not forget about the awesome nightlife, pub-crawls, festivals, and breweries. You can ask our staff for more info on what to do and where to go, or ask other adventure seekers over breakfast.

Attractions

Recreation

Lincoln Park Zoo

Less than 1 mile

Free admission zoo on 35-acres in Lincoln Park. The zoo was founded in 1868, making it among the oldest of zoos in North America.

Magnificent Mile

3 miles

Michigan Avenue

From Cartier to Chanel, this Michigan Avenue stretch offers Chicago’s best shopping.

Wrigley Field

1.7 miles

1060 W. Addison St.

A Chicago landmark, this 1914 ballpark is home to the Chicago Cubs.

Millennium Park

4.5 miles

201 E Randolph St

Boasting twenty-five acres of beautiful landscape, architecture and public art in the heart of Chicago’s Loop.

Navy Pier

3.7 miles

600 E Grand Ave

Encompassing more than fifty acres of parks, gardens, shops, restaurants, family attractions and exhibition facilities.

Chicago Theater

4.6 miles

175 N State St

Catch comedy, music and more at The Chicago Theatre, a legendary Windy City venue in the heart of the Loop.

North Avenue Beach

1.9 miles

1600 N Lake Shore Dr

Popular lakeside sands with stores, informal dining, a parking lot & a beach house with city views.

Second City

1.3 miles

1616 N. Wells Street

The hot spot where many Saturday Night Live actors got their start.

The 606

4.8 miles

N Ridgeway Ave

Former railroad track, this linear, elevated park passes through the community areas of Logan Square, Humboldt Park, and West Town.