Sensory-Friendly Night at ZooLights Presented by ComEd and Invesco QQQ

Sensory-Friendly Night at ZooLights Presented by ComEd and Invesco QQQ

Wednesday, December 6

4:30–9 p.m.


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During this special night, all blinking or moving lights will remain static or turned off, while the music will be turned down or off. Nightly capacity is limited to foster a safe and enjoyable guest experience, meaning there’s more space to enjoy the beautiful lights with your family and friends!

Lincoln Park Zoo works to minimize barriers and ensure that everyone can fully experience the zoo. We are dedicated to ensuring zoo programs, spaces, and facilities are accessible to all.

All ticket sales support the zoo’s world-class animal care, global conservation, and innovative learning programs. Please visit for more information.


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Where can I enter?

You can enter from East Gate, located in the zoo parking lot at Cannon Drive and Fullerton Avenue; West Gate, located at Webster Avenue and Stockton Drive; or Fisher Bridge Gate, located between the zoo’s parking lot and Stockton Drive on the bridge over Nature Boardwalk.

Is parking available?

Paid parking is available in the zoo’s parking lot located at Fullerton Parkway and Cannon Drive (2300 N. Cannon Dr.). The zoo is also accessible by train via the Armitage and Fullerton stations and by bus via the 22, 36, 151, and 156 routes.

What if it rains?

All Lincoln Park Zoo events take place rain or shine. Animal buildings will be open and the carousel is covered.

What can’t I bring to Sensory-Friendly Mornings?

There is no smoking at Lincoln Park Zoo for the health of the animals in our care. See our Code of Conduct here.

Pets are not allowed at the zoo, but licensed service animals are welcome.

If you have questions, please email

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