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Metered Street parking in the neighborhood is available on Clark Street south of Fullerton, but limited.

Lincoln Park Zoo South Lot
The Lincoln Park Zoo operates a parking lot on Stockton Drive just north of Lasalle, open 24/7.
3 hours - $14
3-6 hours - $18

Mid-America State Parking Lot
West side of Clark Street between Dickens and Armitage.
Call (773) 281-7275 for hourly rates, typically $18 for 3 hours.

The Lincoln Park Cultural Center
2045 N. Lincoln Park West | Chicago, IL

Our home in Lincoln Park is a registered Chicago Landmark, designed in 1926 by Edwin H. Clark. As one of the hubs of the Chicago Park District in Lincoln Park, the LPCC is a hotbed of community activity year round. In addition to a unique theatrical venue, the LPCC boasts a early childhood center, lapidary and stained glass shop, a ceramics studio, a game room, a dance studio, a full service woodshop and a wide variety of cultural and community classes and activities. New Leaf is proud to be the resident theater company of the LPCC, and shares the auditorium with other cultural institutions such as the Arts at Large Wednesday Night Concert Series.

Despite all the activity and a scenic location right between Clark street and the Lincoln Park Zoo, the Cultural Center can be a bit hard to find. Take a look at this interactive street view and map to help you plan your visit.

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Public transportation is recommended as street parking is limited.
New Leaf Theatre is convenient to several CTA bus routes:
_Take the #151 (Sheridan) or #156 (LaSalle) bus to Stockton and Dickens, and walk one block west to Lincoln Park West.
_Take the #22 (Clark) or #36 (Broadway) Southbound bus to Clark and Dickens, and walk one block east to Lincoln Park West.
_Take the #22 (Clark) or #36 (Broadway) Northbound bus to Clark and Armitage, and walk northeast to 2045 N. Lincoln Park West.

Exit at LaSalle/North, and take a right onto Stockton Drive. Come to a four-way stop at Dickens. New Leaf Theatre is in the brown stone building to the left at the intersection.

FROM I-90/I-94
Exit at North Avenue, and drive east on North. Take a left onto LaSalle Street. As LaSalle begins to bear right, take a left onto Clark Street. At Armitage St., bear right onto Lincoln Park West. New Leaf Theatre is in the brown stone building to your right.


Rocco Ranalli's on Lincoln
20% Off with your program after the show

1925 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL

Rocco Ranalli's on Lincoln is New Leaf's favorite neighborhood restaurant and post-show bar. With plenty of late-night dining options, you can still enjoy a cozy dining room, lively bar, or outdoor patio scene, and often join the cast and crew for post-show discussion!

New Leaf Theatre | 2045 N. Lincoln Park West Chicago, IL 60614