Lincoln Park Conservatory
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Spring is one of the most eagerly anticipated seasons in Chicago. What better activity to celebrate winter’s end than with an outdoor excursion to observe the blooming of spring flowers?
The Lincoln Park Conservatory is the perfect place to escape from the winter weather. Take off your coat, hat, mittens and scarf and soak up the sunshine as it passes through the glass-paned rooftop of this botanical garden and conservatory. Give your dry nasal passages a break and breathe in the tropical moisture that emanates from the lush foliage. It’s a tropical vacation in the city.
It’s bitterly cold in Chicago but, if you need a reminder that spring is coming, you can head to the Lincoln Park Conservatory.
In an annual tradition that goes back generations, the halls of the Lincoln Park Conservatory will be decked with poinsettias and model train tracks starting today.
The whipping winds and chilly temperatures may not be much fun, but once again Wednesday, escaping the elements for the tropical climes of the city’s botanical conservatories will not be an option.