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Wrigley Field

1060 W Addison, Chicago, IL 60613-4397
+1 773-404-2827
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One of America's smallest, oldest, and best-loved ballparks, Wrigley is home to the Chicago Cubs.
  • Excellent74%
  • Very good20%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“ball game” (459 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
1060 W Addison, Chicago, IL 60613-4397
+1 773-404-2827
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Reviewed today via mobile

This does not come close to matching the thoughtful layouts and options of a modern ballpark. Plus, tickets are expensive compared to many others. However, the energy and passion of the fans is unmatched and it makes you appreciate the past and present of Major...More

Thank Meredith G
Reviewed today

This was a fantastic venue for a rock concert! I recommend staying nearby because there is no parking lots there.

Thank CruzinJBFan
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Cubs versus St. Louis game. Not surprising Wrigley Field was packed. Got two seats and two standing room. Still a fun day! Wrigley Field is great!

Thank Newyorker1836
Reviewed yesterday

Well worth a visit even if you don't understand anything about baseball. Historic stadium and really interesting

Thank MINDLE22
Reviewed yesterday

Bleacher seats not my favorite but that's what group wanted. It's old with renovations. Employees not very friendly...LoveBusch much more!

Thank Cardzfan1
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Traveled from Rhode Island, and are huge Red Sox fans, but had to see the Chicago Cubs field. Wrigley field is right up there with Fenway park for nostalgia. Plenty of bars and restaurants around the park, and doesn't seem like there are any bad...More

1  Thank Christine D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We attended the Cubs vs Pirates game. Do NOT try to park at the suggested free parking found on the website. It was very sketchy. We finally paid some guy for a parking garage in an alley. The food was not that great. The Chicago...More

1  Thank Samantha P
Reviewed 2 days ago

I'm sure a visit to Wrigley will jazz baseball fans, I'm not a big fan but I'm glad I took the time to see it. Interesting neighborhood with a lot of bars and restaurants. It is worth visiting

Thank o2bagrandpa
Reviewed 2 days ago

By contemporary baseball stadium standards, Wrigley Field is nothing special, in fact it's a bit dated despite the recent improvements. But, for those of us who grew up watching the Cubs on television or listening on the radio, who imagined playing there while playing catch...More

Thank Gregory S
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is an excellent tour. Even if you aren't a baseball fan, this stadium is rich with history. Easy to get to from the Red Line train from the Loop.

Thank Diane M
This energetic sub-neighborhood, part of the larger
Lakeview neighborhood, has a split personality. In the
daytime you can stroll along its streets and enjoy a
quiet meal, shop for gifts, walk along the row homes
or sit peacefully in Graceland Cemetery. After dark,
the neighborhood springs to life. Go bar-hopping along
Addison and Sheffield Avenue or join the crowd at the
historic Wrigley Field for live music. If there’s a
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Kerry M
17 July 2017|
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Response from TravelTalesBlog | Reviewed this property |
You catch the redline towards Howard at Chicago & State. Get off at Addison and you are right there.
13 July 2017|
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Response from sms4016 | Reviewed this property |
Didn't obstruct view at all. And better overall view in my mind
Jim D
22 June 2017|
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Response from Andrew J | Reviewed this property |
Option 1: Uber or Lyft or taxi Option 2: Take the El. To take the El, walk 2 blocks west (away from the lake) to State Street and then go south 1 block (away from the river) past Lake Street. The State Street Red Line... More