Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field
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Get a behind-the-scenes look at the legendary home of the Chicago Cubs with Wrigley Field Tours. Built in 1914, this must-see Chicago attraction houses more than 100 years of history. New this year, fans can join us on a non-gameday Ivy Tour which includes the opportunity to take a photo in front of Wrigley Field’s historic ivy wall.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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  • GatashMA
    Boston, Massachusetts102 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best early 1900s park in the US
    I am a Red Sox fan and been going to Fenway Park for 40 years. Fenway is a mediocre park compared to Wrigley, a gem of a park. At Wrigley, all staff want you to enjoy your visit and they are very friendly, welcoming and cheerful. Chicagoans are naturally welcoming and friendly so the crowd is great and Cubs fans are there to watch the game, not to get drunk and foolish. I loved watching baseball with them ! It just so happened the Cubs were playing the Red Sox when I attended and the Cub fans were appropriately engaged in cheering for their team. There were bathroom attendants in all the women's rooms, which made for clean bathrooms. Like Fenway, there are obstructed view seats. And seats are expensive! I recommend the 300 section seats. Those are located in front of any poles and there is no overhang from the above section so your view of the field is clear. Unlike Fenway, the seats are actually directed toward home plate so you are not craning your neck to turn right or left too watch each pitch. Also, there are plenty of concession stands in the upper sections so you don't have the crowds on the main level.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 18, 2023
  • Steven C
    Seminole, Florida1,095 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    NICE DAY AT THE BALLPARK
    My wife and I caught a Cubs game during our recent visit to Chicago. I have been to Wrigley Field before in years past and have always enjoyed the experience. The employees we encountered were all very friendly and quick to provide any assistance they could. While the prices for many food/drink items were rather high, they were in the range you expected to pay at an MLB ballpark and they were all very good. Our hotel recommended we take the train to the ballpark instead of a cab due to the traffic in the area and we did so. The best advice I can give is to go early as the trains get very packed with fans going to the game. The gates on weekends open either 90 minutes or two hours before the game depending on whether it is a weekend or weekday game. There are also places surrounding the ballpark to get a bite to eat/drink if you get there before the gates open. They now only use mobile tickets for entry so be sure you or someone with you has access to a smart phone and has the MLB app downloaded. I'm not a big baseball fan however, I have always enjoyed my visits to this ballpark and I highly recommend it for a nice afternoon.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 19, 2023
  • Henry’s Take
    San Diego, California1,079 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Baseball For Purists
    Stadium Tour (Wrigley Field), Part 1 And this…is baseball, for baseball purists like myself. Wrigley Field is known by many as the “friendly confines” and each time that I visit I’m struck by just how small and almost intimate that it feels. While its dimensions are similar to other ballparks, it somehow just doesn’t feel that way. We had the good fortune of sitting fairly close to the action and found the height disparity amongst some of the players quite surprising. 🤯 With perhaps an unintended meaning, I was also surprised just how “friendly” these confines can be after observing Cubs and Reds fans actively mingling (scroll through the pics). 😉 A truly great place to watch a game no matter who you’re rooting for, the lights just seem brighter here. So much so that I can’t imagine what postseason baseball must be like here (sadly, most Cubs fans wonder the same thing). 😳 I was told by @1ehernandez that the best Chicago dog he’s ever had was at Wrigley and I’d have to agree with him! A special thank you to the gentleman who gloriously photo bombed our Review Team after the game! 🤣 And that’s…Henry’s Take. #friendlyconfines
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written August 3, 2023
  • Sarah C
    Ashtead, United Kingdom1,292 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A trip down memory lane
    Although we didn't have tickets, it was incredible to relive our youth and travel back on the El to Wrigley Field, it was as if time had stopped. The buzz around the stadium was just as we remember, what a fabulous Chicago icon this is. Next time we hope to secure match tickets
    Visited September 2022
    Written August 7, 2023
  • AMarie525
    Oakmont, Pennsylvania208 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A Summer Must!
    Awesome experience in a historic stadium! I was in Chicago recently on a work trip and got to go to a Monday night game and the place was packed with locals and tourist as well. This is a must do if you are in town during baseball season just to experience the fun and excitement for the love of baseball. Lots of food stops along the way to and from the stadium and make sure you stop in the Cubbies store to shop.
    Visited August 2023
    Written August 11, 2023
  • KK78
    Bay Shore, New York803 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great Stadium
    We came here to see a concert. It was packed. Although there were lines, facilities (bathrooms) were kept clean and the vendors hustled to get everyone served. Having the CTA (train) right outside the park is extremely convenient.
    Visited August 2023
    Written August 14, 2023
  • joe-chicago-23
    Chesterfield, Missouri1,236 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Incredible birthday celebration!
    I can't possibly top Taylor B's review, but I can add to it. Growing up in Chicago and taking the 'L to dozens of games, this was the perfect place for me to have a celebration for a major birthday. Thanks to the help of the Cubs ticket office, I was able to create a group and get a block of seats together for my local and out of town friends and family that were eager to go to Wrigley Field with me. I enjoyed seeing the renovations to the concourse and restrooms. Lots more information and entertainment on the new video boards. And just like when I was young, the Cubs almost blew the game but hung on to win. The real throwback was drinking an Old Style beer again. The traditional ballpark food is still served but many other ballparks have more and better choices.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written August 21, 2023
  • ktkadish
    Boston, Massachusetts100 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Baseball fans delight
    Ruben and John guided us on through the friendly confines. Stories were shared on the park's history, team's trials and successes, and memories of players and games over the years. Stops included the Cubs dugout, but we missed the chance to get close to the outfield ivy due to a private event on the field. Our group had nearly 50 people, making it hard to hear the full story if we weren't near the front of the group. Despite that, it was one of the better ballpark tours I've been on over the years.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written October 1, 2023
  • Robyncakes
    Melbourne, Australia268 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best!!
    I did the tour here recently, such an amazing experience! Does involve a fair amount of stairs. Very worthwhile experience to see the locker room used by Michael Jordan and Babe Ruth, learn about the history of the cubs and the ground. Absolute highlight
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written October 10, 2023
  • Kevin B
    Mount Juliet, Tennessee3,748 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great ballpark
    My wife and I are Yankees fans, but we're also baseball fans in general and we've been making our way to all of the MLB ballparks (this was 14/30). Wrigley has always been our most anticipated ballpark given its history and we were not disappointed. The ballpark is amazing and they've been able to renovate and keep it modernized while keeping all the classic elements of the ballpark. Our seats were comfortable and our view was great and the food and drink selection was very good as well. It's in a great part of town and it was just a pleasure to see a ballgame here. We'd 100% come back for a Cubs game whenever we're in town!
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written December 19, 2023
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fredyt3
Los Angeles, CA1,843 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2024 • Solo
Wrigley Field is a great ballpark. It is over 100 years old and located on the north side of Chicago. I attended the game on July 4th between the Cubs and the Phillies. The Cubs snapped a two game losing streak and won the last game of the series.

The venue is very easy to access. I took the red line from downtown and my day pass was $5. Because the stadium is small, with regards to capacity, you are faced with a supply/demand proposition. They do have SRO (standing room only) but I wanted to sit so my seat was $85, which is pretty steep for a team in last place of their division.

Concessions are good. But..........most of the concession stands are located on the field level so at best you might find some beverage stands as you go further up. I was in section 226.

There is a log going on outside the stadium as there are tons of restaurants/bars and things to do while waiting for the game to start or after the game.

Wrigley offers a good experience and they do a good job in maintaining the tradition of one of the oldest parks in the USA.

On a side note, even though the Phillies are not in their division, I guess there is a rivalry of sorts???? Of the attendance I saw, I would say at least 20-30% were Phillie's fan based on the jerseys/shirts/caps, etc.
Written July 8, 2024
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Buster J
8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2024 • Couples
A wonderful place for an out of town visitor to experience baseball. Cubs fans are tolerant of visitor’s supporters in spite of the game outcome. And they are very enthusiastic supporters of the home team without being obnoxious.

A family friendly venue.
Written July 5, 2024
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EdRockster
Mebane, NC1,384 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2024 • Friends
Great facility. Great team. As expected, expensive food and drinks. Maybe too many options. Popcorn surprisingly hard to find. Chicago hotdogs and Coke Zero, too.

Probably the best deal, at 23 bucks, the helmet of nachos. Surprisingly huge and surprisingly tasty. Four people shared them , and each ate their fill.

Ramps cut the need for most steps to sections. Aisles between sections, pretty steep for seniors and injured folks.

Would have been better if the Cubs had won. 😉
Written July 3, 2024
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Kevin M
2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
Always great to go to Wrigley just can't do it too often because it is expensive. I was surprised they ran out of simple things like plates/boat treys.
Written June 29, 2024
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Climber55880961598
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
If you are trying to come to Wrigley Field and try to get a signature don’t try.I am a 11 year old with a 8 year old brother and got yelled at to leave because I tried to get signatures.Also adults can’t because if you are a kid you could get allowed on the field to get signatures and get kicked out in 5 minutes and can’t get any. Good stadium just can’t get signatures.
Written June 23, 2024
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emmagrace2809
Harrisonburg, VA81 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
This is a very cool ballpark! It is a very nice park with lots of character! It’s a great way to spend an afternoon in Chicago!
Written June 22, 2024
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Taylor B
Chicago, IL8,364 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Friends
The last time I attended a major league baseball game at Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs, there was no jumbotron in left field, no video scoreboard in right field, Harry Caray was singing the seventh inning stretch, there were no statues of Hall of Fame players outside the stadium and the Cubs were still in quest of their first World Series championship since 1908. How times have changed. Yes, there still is ivy draped on the outfield walls. But there is a new face on the old lady. Since the Ricketts family purchased the Cubs and Wrigley Field in 2009, the new ownership has pursued an extensive renovation of the stadium and surrounding venue. At the outset, the 1060 Project was projected to cost $575 million and was to be completed in four phases during consecutive off-seasons. The proposal included improvements to the stadium's facade, infrastructure, restrooms, concourses, suites, press box, bullpens and clubhouses. Also the addition of restaurants, patio area, batting tunnels, a 5,700-square-foot jumbotron and adjacent hotel, plaza and office/retail complex. The project began after the 2014 season and the Ricketts family has kept its promise. A Cubs fan who recalls the days of Dee Fondy, Wayne Terwilliger, Harry Chiti, Roy Smalley, Hank Sauer, Paul Minner, Dutch Leonard, Bob Rush and Johnny Klippstein doesn't recognize the place. Even the hot dogs taste better. The improvements include a 2,400-square-foot video scoreboard in right field, a 3,990-square-foot jumbotron in left field, new locker rooms and lounges, expansion of the left field and right field bleachers, a 30,000-square-foot Cubs clubhouse and areas for strength, conditioning, training and hydrotherapy sections, media center and team offices, statues of broadcaster Harry Caray and Hall of Famers Ernie Banks, Billy Williams, Ferguson Jenkins and Ron Santo were installed outside the stadium (the statue of Ryne Sandberg was added on June 23), luxury suites, Hotel Zachary, premier luxury clubs, padded seats behind home plate, replacement of the outfield turf, repainting of the old center field scoreboard, expansion and renovation of the visiting team clubhouse and installation of five display cases containing Cubs and Wrigley Field history and plaques honoring the 15 Cubs who have been elected to major league baseball's Hall of Fame. For a stadium that was built in 1914 -- the second oldest stadium in major league baseball, after Boston's Fenway Park -- Wrigley Field is no longer showing its age.
Written June 22, 2024
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Mattkur
Chicago, IL287 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
We ride the fan bus over from Rockwell. This is the way to go for parking. Get to ballpark 1 hour early and walk around the park.
Written June 21, 2024
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Miguel Gómez
Monterrey, Mexico38 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
The Wrigley Field is a historic and lovely baseball field, is very well preserved and with a very nice arquitecture. The outside is beautiful just like the inside, we watched a Chicago Cubs game against the St Louis Cardinals, and it was pretty good, just the fact that we were seated in the sun at 2 pm, but its part of the experience. If you have the opportunity go to a game at the Wrigley Field, and don't forget a cap!
Written June 20, 2024
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Randall
West Des Moines, IA119 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
This is stadium number 7 for me. I love this ballpark from a design perspective. It’s kinda like an underground city where all the food is. Then you climb stairs to get to your seats. We sat in section 112 which was nice and shaded from the sun for a 120pm start time. Food was good, not as many options as some other games I’ve been to but taste of food was great unlike the twins ballpark food. This is a ballpark I highly recommend. Plus it’s historical. Cubs lost to the cardinals 3-0 but still a great day.
Written June 15, 2024
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