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Mid-North Historic District, Chicago

There are several nice blocks of Lincoln Park near the lake, but the Italianate, Queen Anne, and Romanesque homes of the Mid-North District are especially lovely.

There are several nice blocks of Lincoln Park near the lake, but the Italianate, Queen Anne, and Romanesque homes of the Mid-North District are especially lovely. Three survived the Chicago Fire (2121 N Hudson, 2339 N Cleveland, 2343 N Cleveland), and two were early designs of Louis Sullivan (440 W Belden Ave, 2147 N Cleveland St). The 1882-89 row houses between Belden and Fullerton are worth a look, too. As you walk, you'll see the faded white-and-blue signs of the Church of Our Savior (530 W Fullerton Ave), founded in 1867 (although the present structure dates from 1889).


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About Mid-North Historic District

 Between Fullerton Ave, Clark St, Armitage Ave, Lincoln Ave, and Orchard St

Mid-North Historic District and Nearby Sights on Map

Notebaert Nature Museum

Carefully positioned within walking distance of the Lincoln Park Zoo in hopes of being parents' second stop while they're in the area, the Notebaert Nature Museum is

Lincoln Park Conservatory

Built more than a century ago, the Lincoln Park Conservatory is right next to the zoo

Park West

This converted movie theater (and former burlesque hall) has some of the best acoustics in the U

Remy Bumppo Theater Company

For the past decade, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company's passion for the power of great theatrical language has enriched Chicago's world-class theatre scene

Elks National Veterans Memorial

This neoclassical veterans memorial is truly grand

Oz Park

Young children might enjoy this Wizard of Oz-themed park with statues and playlots

Lincoln Hall

One of the best concert venues in Chicago, Lincoln Hall is a former movie theater (Fullerton Theater) that received a beautiful renovation in 2009 and now hosts good, moderately priced indie rock shows most nights of the week

Biograph Theater

Plays are shown here, but the theater itself is still best known as the place where John Dillinger went down in 1934

Victory Gardens

One of the premier Off-Loop theaters in Chicago, Victory Gardens hosts a noteworthy slate of original plays and adaptations both fun and dramatic

Lincoln Park Zoo

Few things in Chicago are finer than the Lincoln Park Zoo