It looks good during the day as well as at night. However wish flower beds in front of the monument (called: Lincoln Garden) was lit more so you can feel more secure. A lot of people walking dogs around as well as jogging. No free...More
If you're going through you might as well look at it. Someone was sleeping on the stairs when I went so I had to take close-up photos.
This is not exactly the same as the Lincoln Monument in Washington, D.C., but in this statue, President Lincoln is standing by a chair. I think the statue is a fitting reminder who the park and the zoo is named after. Part of a huge...More
My family has visited here a couple times over the past few years. The Lincoln Monument is definitely a must see when in Washington, DC. Seeing Lincoln sitting there makes you think back to the life he lived and the weight of things that were...More
The monument is of Lincoln standing by a chair. It is set on a raised semi-circle area with a bench in the raised area. Since the statue is in Lincoln Park it is quite appropriate that the statue stands tall - it is also lit...More
Our tour guide said it was intended to be a park with all of the presidents, but funding went away, so it's only little old lincoln sitting in his chair, presiding over some construction...
Nicely landscaped. A touch of the monumental essence of Washington DC. Sit down and relax. Walk north to the Farm in the Zoo, or a little further to Lincoln Park Zoo (the largest free zoo in the United States). Or try out of Chicago History...More