Support the Lincoln Park Conservancy
It is a privilege to care for Lincoln Park, but we cannot do it without you.
Please consider a donation today.
Visits remain FREE! We accept donations from those who are able and want to give. You can donate at time of reservation or any time during your visit and at our website here: https://www.lincolnparkconservancy.org/
Join us at the Lincoln Park Conservatory for an immersive nature experience!
Reservations are free and required to enter. Advance reservations are strongly recommended. Walk-up reservations are available most times/days and are available on a first come, first serve basis. Bookings to the Conservatory are available up to 30 days out.
For parties over 10 persons, please book using Group Reservations so that we can better prepare for your visit.
Choose the date you would like to attend and then choose “Register” and scroll down to select your time of entry.
2391 N. Stockton Dr., Chicago, IL 60614
We are located near the intersection of N. Stockton Dr. an W. Fullerton Pkwy.
The Conservatory is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am until 5pm. The last entry of the day is at 4:15pm. There is no entry after 4:30pm. Doors close at 5pm. We are closed on Monday and Tuesday.
Can’t find a reservation at the time you want? Call 773-883-7275 or email LPCEvents@lincolnparkconservancy.org
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As the Steward of the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Lincoln Park Conservancy’s mission is to preserve and enhance Lincoln Park’s inspiring beauty for current and future generations. Established in 1984, the Lincoln Park Conservancy works to enhance Chicago’s largest park through volunteer power, fundraising and park improvements. Through its master agreement with the Chicago Park District, the Conservancy manages treasured Park sites including the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, Abraham Lincoln Monument and Gardens, Lincoln Park Conservatory and North Pond Nature Sanctuary, in addition to general stewardship activities across Lincoln Park’s 1,200 acres.
Our volunteer docents offer free tours of the park’s natural, historic and cultural elements in order to build visitor connections to these unique places. Monthly wildflower walks are hosted at the Lily Pool and North Pond, educating guests about Chicago’s historic connection to them and their importance to local ecology. Conservancy volunteers give back nearly 3,000 hours of service each year, engaging with park visitors and maintaining this portion of Lincoln Park.
One unique aspect of the Conservancy’s approach is that when the Conservancy commits to a site, it embarks on the site’s long-term care and if needed, restoration. As the Conservancy’s managed sites are free of admission, the private funding we raise to support these park assets is of central importance.