Lincoln Park Zoo

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May 22, 2015
Stretch into Summer

Feel like stretching into summer with Yoga at the Zoo Presented by Walgreens? Sessions start Wednesday, June 3—pick up a season pass today!

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April 8, 2015
One Cool Campout

Want to Campout at the Zoo this summer? Registration for families with kids ages 5–12 is open now!

April 7, 2015
Probing the Puzzle

Silverback gorilla Kwan uses a finger to pry a sugar-free treat from a PVC tube. Puzzle feeders like these are among the daily enrichment efforts to engage the apes’ fingers and minds!

April 7, 2015
Run for a Reason!

Want to support Chicago’s free zoo—and snag a free, guaranteed spot in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon? Join the LPZoo 26.2 marathon team!

April 7, 2015
Discount Deadline for United Run for the Zoo

Our early registration discount for June 7’s United Run for the Zoo ends this Friday, April 10!

April 6, 2015
Cuddled Up

Female gorilla Bahati and baby Bella peer down from a hammock in their habitat at Regenstein Center for African Apes. Much like her counterparts in the wild, Bahati is still climbing...even with a little one in tow.

April 6, 2015
Snow Monkey Spring Break!

What better way to kick off spring break than to visit the new snow monkeys at Lincoln Park Zoo? Learn all about our newest exhibit at

April 3, 2015
Photo of the Week: April 3

That’s not mom holding baby Bella! Big sister Patty takes a turn carrying the 1-month-old gorilla in our Photo of the Week.

April 3, 2015
Snow Monkey Games, Videos and More

Want to Build Your Own Primate or watch the Japanese macaques settle into their new hot spring? Get an inside look at the zoo's newest species--and their high-tech home--at

April 2, 2015
Post from the President--Macaque Is Open

Today, after 20 months, $15.5 million and a few practice splashes in the hot spring, the zoo's newest exhibit--Regenstein Macaque Forest--celebrated its grand opening. President and CEO Kevin Bell has all the details.

March 31, 2015

A golden-headed lion tamarin peers out from a tree hollow at the zoo’s Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House.

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