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Wrigley Field, Chicago

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Built in 1914, Wrigley Field has been the home of the Chicago Cubs for nearly a full century. Chicagoans take their baseball seriously, and nowhere is that more evident than at this history-steeped stadium. The country's second oldest ballpark still in use, the ivy-covered "Friendly Confines," as the locals call it, has seen more than its share of dramatic games during the longest dry spell in U.S. sports history. Though the Cubs haven't won a World Series title since 1908, the stadium continues to attract die-hard fans from around the country and across the world. Tickets may be hard to come by for Cubs home games, but you can always take a behind-the-scenes tour to see the ballpark's famous clubhouse, dugouts, and press box. Plan your Wrigley Field visit and explore what else you can see and do in Chicago using our Chicago travel planner.
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  • I grew up a cubs fan. But I represent ALL of my Chicago Teams. Wrigley field is SOOOOO much fun on ANY game day. there's PLENTY of bars, and people that knows how to PARTY and have a GOOD time. BEWARE...  more »
  • A group of friends and I went to a game this year after a long absence. It had been 15 years since I’d been. I forgot how great it was to sit in ‘the friendly confines’ of wrigley field. It is intimat...  more »
  • My daughter and I saw the Cubs play the Dodgers last spring. We got good seats on Stubhub. (That is, she found the seats and I paid.) We had box seats in the outfield. We were not real close to the ac...  more »
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  • This was a great experience and not just because the Cubs won. It was cold, even though it was warm in the sun, once you're under the roof IT IS COLD. (we went in Sept) Strongly advise you to bring a blanket. There are plenty of shops outside where you could get one cheaper than if you buy a blanket inside. You can't bring in food but you can bring in hats, blankets, cushions. The seats are tight!! Luckily we were snuggled up with some great people and we all got along great. We even ended up sharing our $40 overpriced $5 blanket. It is busy down below with food and gift shops. If you have kids keep them close. Streets are opened after the game so you can walk back to your car right down the middle of the street, hopefully celebrating a great win!!
  • The greatest ballpark that exists on this or any other planet. Pricier than most but when you go to Wrigley you can feel the 100+ years of history. Classic ballpark. Food is average but not great, getting better though. Easy to get to by trail (The EL).
  • Parking is an issue. We saw Billy Joel here. Sound quality ok. Park has changed a lot over last several years and become more modern. Lots of bars and eats in the area although they can be pretty crowded on game days and events.
  • We went to see the stadium and team. The stadium was built to enjoy the game. You are not crammed in like the newer stadiums. The ticket prices were reasonable. For an older stadium it is sure well maintained. The only suggestion would be to eat before entering the stadium as the selection of food is limited. The hot dogs were luke warm and the buns dry.
  • There is no better place to watch a baseball game. Wrigley is magical. Granted, it's old, and there are still renovations going on. But it's classic and beautiful. And it keeps getting better. Note: I am a lifelong Cubs' fan, and I have been going to Wrigley since before I can remember, so I'm biased, but I am expertly so.
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