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Soldier Field, Chicago
(4/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
Home of the Chicago Bears and the oldest NFL stadium, Soldier Field has been in operation for more than 90 years and has room for more than 61,000 fans. You can attend a tour, which offers views into the field, locker rooms, and the grand concourse--which honors fallen soldiers. The best way to reach the stadium is on public transit from the Orange Line's Roosevelt stop. By using our Chicago vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Soldier Field and other attractions in Chicago.
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  • The stadium is incredible, with good places to eat take beer. Went to a party of them bears of Chicago, and the attention of the staff was friendly and helped in all.
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  • My dad has been a season ticket holder for 40+ years and doesn't plan on ever stopping. Despite the terrible team, the games are so fun to watch because the stadium's energy makes the team seem so muc...  more »
  • Went to the Bears v 49's game. Used public transport as it snowed, the bus was cheap and convenient and at the end of the game there were many buses put on by the council. The building is great with g...  more »
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  • Fantastic place to watch a game once you are inside. The food is merely adequate, especially for the prices. The staff has gotten better but there doesn't seem to be much incentive to move people through the lines
  • I was impressed with the parking. I thought we'd have to walk quite a bit. We walked out of our spot, into Soldier Field and to our seats and the distance was the shortest I've ever walked for an event. However, food stands.... stood in line for a bit, as it was our turn, the cashier walked to the opposite side of the stand and started talking to a coworker and didn't come back. Food was cold. Drinks warm. When you have to pay so much, you should get better service and quality.
  • Great stadium to visit on match days or to tour at quieter times. Access is reasonably limited on game days so expect a walk to and from the stadium, but the surrounding parks are nice enough. As usual, food and drink prices are fierce so be sure to have funds available. Chicago Bears still aren't a very good football team though, despite your attendance.
  • Great place for many different events. Went for Ireland vs New zeland and was packed. Over sold stadium but still a good environment
  • Large sports venue in Chicago... this is it. Is there anyway to open more entry gates? Getting in here is just stupid, waited almost 30 mins to enter, that shouldn't happen. Otherwise it's great here.