Chicago Help Needed

I’m taking the chance that at least one of you has more Chicago experience than I do. I’ve only been twice, each time sans kiddos- once we just walked all over the city; the second time we went to hear U2.

I’m planning out our schedule for the week and am wondering about zoos: Lincoln Park or Brookfield? Anybody in the know on this one?

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9 thoughts on “Chicago Help Needed

  1. Jess says:

    LP is right downtown by some other cool attractions. It is also free, I think. Brookfield is a very cool park, but it is farther out in the burbs and costs $$$. Hope that helps…. Love, Jess

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  2. jennifer says:

    If you’re going to be in the city anyway, definitely go to LP zoo. For one, it’s free. They also have new red fox pups and a new area for the lions that they just opened last week. I spent almost three hours there and didn’t see everything. I’m in Chicago if you have other questions, I’m happy to share my expertise!

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  3. jennifer says:

    If you’re going to be in the city anyway, definitely go to LP zoo. For one, it’s free. They also have new red fox pups and a new area for the lions that they just opened last week. I spent almost three hours there and didn’t see everything. I’m in Chicago if you have other questions, I’m happy to share my expertise!

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  4. Megan says:

    Thanks, Ladies! I think I’ve emailed all of you about the trip now. Jennifer sent me this AMAZING email full of info and useful links which I will definitely be utilizing.
    And the Fairy Castle is definitely on my list! (As is Navy Pier) We get in free with our St. Louis Science Center membership. Yipee!

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  5. Megan says:

    Thanks, Ladies! I think I’ve emailed all of you about the trip now. Jennifer sent me this AMAZING email full of info and useful links which I will definitely be utilizing.
    And the Fairy Castle is definitely on my list! (As is Navy Pier) We get in free with our St. Louis Science Center membership. Yipee!

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  6. Shannon says:

    LP, definitely. It’s free, and right in the middle of everything. Don’t miss the Chicago Children’s Museum, and the Field Museum of Natural History.

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  7. Shannon says:

    LP, definitely. It’s free, and right in the middle of everything. Don’t miss the Chicago Children’s Museum, and the Field Museum of Natural History.

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