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Peoples Gas Education Pavilion, Lincoln Park, Chicago USA

The Peoples Gas Education Pavilion is a favorite spot for photographers in Lincoln Park. Designed by Chicago architect Jeanne Gang (the same architect who's responsible for the beautiful Aqua building), this pavilion faces South Pond and the Hancock building. This makes it perfect for both landscapes and abstract shots!

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There's lots of parking in Lincoln Park, but if you get there during the day it can be difficult to find an open spot. Parking on the streets is available, but not always easy to find. There aren't too many nearby train stops, so you'll probably have to walk a ways or take a cab/Uber. the park is pretty beautiful, though, so the walk won't be dull. You're also very close to the North Ave Beach, which is gorgeous for cityscape shots with reflections of the cityscape in Lake Michigan, so consider heading there once you're done at the pavilion.
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
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Sunrise & Sunset 07:09 - 16:55 | current local time: 07:48
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