Wrigley FieldCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
Wrigley Field Chicago is a baseball park located on the North Side of Chicago. Take Wrigley Field Tours to explore all that happens in confidentiality, home to the Chicago Cubs. The park is among the top five ball parks in the country. The 104th season of Major League Baseball in 2018 will be held at the spectacular Wrigley Field which was built in the year 1914. It’s got many firsts to it’s fame, including being the first to have a permanent snack bar. There’s nothing about the park itself that stands out in particular, but you’ll realize the love people have for it during a game, when the fervent atmosphere, the food and the beer takes over. An evening here is often said to take one back through time, and the locals have vehemently opposed any mordernisation to their iconic home park. Club this attraction along with others by customizing your trip with the help of Chicago trip planner. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Chicago itinerary 5 days.
Wrigley Field daily tour price -
- Non-gameday and Gameday price: USD 25
- Non-gameday Ivy Tours: USD 35
- Children under 2 years old: FREE
- Private group Tour (up to 50 members): USD 1,250
- Interactive Educational Tour price (groups of 30): USD 10
- Career Tour price (groups of 30): USD 15
- Camp Wrigley Tour price (groups of 30 or more): USD 10
- Chicago Cubs Tickets - USd 10
- Wrigley field parking price: USd 10 - USD 50
- For an updated schedule of the guided tours, please check the official website.
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51.55% of people who visit Chicago include Wrigley Field in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
55.5% of people start their Wrigley Field visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Wrigley Field
92.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wrigley Field
If you’re a baseball fan, you obviously have to go to Wrigley Field. The stadium is very fun to be in but it is super busy!! We went on a weekday evening game and it was PACKED. The Cubs have some awesome fans. And the ‘build your own hot dog’ stands everywhere are pretty cool too. We asked a worker to tell us where we needed to see and we got a small personal tour. One of the best stadiums I have been to
Great experience going to Wrigley Field and seeing the Cubs play. Employees are friendly and helpful. Being able to go hear and enjoy a game is something I've wanted to do since I was little. Only complaint is the handling of massive amounts of people on the streets. There could be better management of the traffic. Would definitely come back and visit again. We were in a suite which made it even more enjoyable.
Wrigley Field is just iconic! When you come up out of the concourse and first see the field, it's beautiful. We found the staff there (from the security officers to the attendants to the sales people in the stores) to be kind and generous and helpful. We parked at the Cub's free remote parking lot and shuttle and it was very convenient getting to the field. At the end of the game it was a little more difficult because everyone was leaving at the same time. But it was still a good situation if you are driving to Wrigley. Great game! W!
This was my first time at Wrigley Field! We had great seats so I got awesome pictures and when I tweeted the Cubs they came and found me and brought us a special gift to welcome us!! Such a cool organization! If Wrigley is on your bucket list, I highly recommend going sooner rather than later! We easily took the redline from our hotel to the field to avoid dealing with parking which was definitely the way to go. Ladies, they'll search your purse, but no crazy "clear bag" or "no purse" policies like some stadiums.
The renovations and upgrades to Wrigley field and the area around it are very nice. It is an old ballpark, but it has been updated nicely. To ascend the stairs and see the field with the ivy on the walls is a treat to the eyes. Staff is helpful in finding your seats. Bathrooms can be very crowded, but that is to be expected in a popular place that holds 40K+.