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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  • Brittany F
    Plano, Texas13 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Magic in the Ivy
    There’s no place like the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field! This is the best place in the world to watch a baseball game, and is truly a historic stadium and amazing neighborhood. GO CUBS GO!
    Visited July 2022
    Travelled with friends
    Written 24 March 2023
  • 2BEis2SKI
    Charlotte, North Carolina1,389 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wrigley Tour
    I've been to several games over the years at Wrigley but never done the tour which we did back in Feb. Only $30, we saw the stands, press box, dugout, visitors locker room and several members only clubs under the stands. Lasted about 90 minutes with a pretty good tour guide. I'm not a Cubs fan (not a hater either) but as a baseball fan, this is one of the last iconic ball parks remaining and definitely worth spending time in any way possible.
    Visited February 2023
    Written 31 March 2023
  • Jason S
    Reedsburg, Wisconsin711 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great historical stadium
    We have been watching baseball games at different stadiums since our son was 5. It was time we watched one at Wrigley. We had great seats to watch baseball. Finding those seats were a challenge, but once we did, they were fantastic. The food options seemed to be limited from what we have seen at other stadiums. It seemed that every food stand had the same things. It was cool that they have a few of these setups with a grab n go that also had self-checkout. I will also say that all of the staff were friendly and welcoming. My only complaint is the score board, jumbotron, and finding stats are all over the place. Just to find simple information for the game, you have to look all over the place. It just is not laid out in a way that provides information in a logical place, it is all over the place. Overall, this is an incredible stadium with lots of history. It was a great place to take in a game and making it even better the team I was routing for won.
    Visited April 2023
    Written 1 April 2023
  • joaniemaria
    Eldridge, Iowa2,403 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I recommend a visit to Wrigley!
    Even though the Cubs lost, we enjoyed our visit to Wrigley Field. Our tickets were less that $15 each and we had decent seats. We each had a Vienna beef hot dog which was very good. Wrigley has gone cashless, so be sure to bring a credit card or debit. I recommend a visit!
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 15 April 2023
  • Josue C
    New Haven, Connecticut508 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Old Ballpark
    The highlight of my Chicago visit, was my time at Wrigley Field. The second oldest ball park in the Major Leagues, is a most do to all baseball fans. The home of the Chicago Cubs is chock full of baseball history. From the years when the Cubs barely made it out of the cellar of the standings, to the heart break moments moments where the Cubs lost in style, to the 2016 season where they finally were able to win the World Series, Wrigley has witness it all. Known affectionately as the "Friendly Confines" Wrigley Field is one the most beautiful ball parks I've visited. Watching a game here is like stepping back in time. The atmosphere in the neighborhood is electric, the place surrounding the ballpark is full of pubs, bars, and shops. The concession stands have a decent selection food and beers. Overall, Wrigley Field is a must visit to all baseball fans, so get a ticket, get a cap, get some brews, and a play off the outfield ivy, at one baseball's true cathedrals.
    Visited August 2022
    Written 2 May 2023
  • Shieldsnan
    Monument, Colorado61 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wrigley is Chicago
    We were lucky to have a gorgeous day to catch the Cubbies at Wrigley Field. Hard to have a bad seat there and one of the lines took us directly there from the City. We went early so we could have lunch in and explore Wrigleyville. Great day!
    Visited May 2023
    Written 18 May 2023
  • partonj
    Wolverhampton, United Kingdom296 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A great tour
    Very informative tour, knowledgeable tour guide, forgotten her name sorry. Lovely stadium, lots of history and you get to visit lots of areas of the stadium apart from the home changing rooms. We had a fun time and took loads of photos.
    Visited May 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 25 May 2023
  • Sandy C
    Orange County, California421 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A must do experience
    Being baseball fans, we wanted to go to Wrigley field for a Cubs game. It was jam packed with fans and the stadium felt very old school. The icing on the cake was the Cubs victory of 11-3 over the Orioles and hearing the fans sing their victory song.
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 17 June 2023
  • Tim W
    Peru, Indiana386 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Park and Ride the L for Cubs Games
    As an out-of-town Cubs fan from about a three hours away, I've been hesitant to take the trains inside Chicago and instead would find parking near the ballpark. My daughter met me for this game and we took the L from downtown. This was so convenient with reduced weekend parking rates as well. As always, the stadium was great and the fans were wonderful. The Cubs came up short, but we still had a great time!
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 4 July 2023
  • Happytraveller
    Welland, Canada53 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wrigley Field Tour at its Finest!
    Whether you are a Cubs fan or not this tour beats none other for baseball fans. The stories told surrounding this iconic palace are second to none. Tour guide Larry and his assistant Haley were remarkable in sharing these stories with us. A tour of the whole ball park minus the sacred new confines of the home team locker room including standing beside the famous outfield wall covered with ivy. The only thing missing was the opportunity to see a ball game as the Cubs were on a road trip.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 6 July 2023
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Ed O
Glendale, AZ507 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Friends
50 of us came from out of town to watch our out of state home team play a few games. At first glance inside I felt like I was back in a 1956 Seattle Rainer baseball stadium. Enjoyed the game and glad to be here for the first time. We were seated below the scoreboard and it was a real trip going to the bathroom... taking a elevator, going down 2 stars of steps, walking past the from entrance than up a ramp. Buying a Chicago dog was a real adventure because not knowing that when one gets a hot dog you must crown in another area to put your items on it. Enjoyed the visit. Leaving after the game took over 1 hour to take a regulat 15 minute drive.
Written 26 December 2023
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Kevin B
Mount Juliet, TN2,320 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Couples
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!
Written 19 December 2023
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Johnny Trekkie
San Diego, CA9,264 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Friends
GUIDED TOUR REVIEW ONLY...Me and the guys were on our annual wifeless weekend getaway. My 3 buddies wanted to do this tour since the season was over and couldn't see a game. I didn't but went along anyway. And full disclosure, I'm not a baseball fan...I don't mind going to a live game once or twice a season, and I'll never watch a game on TV cause its so boring! The $30 90 minute tour takes you through the Seating Bowl, Bleachers, Outfield Ivy, Press Box, Visiting Clubhouse, Dugout Field...all somewhat interesting. Our tour guide was very enthusiastic and energetic...I just wasn't interested in the topic or the many side stories he told. I wasn't alone...I could easily tell most of the wives and girlfriends got dragged into this by their baseball loving men. Like myself.

I'm not the right person for this, but if you're a big baseball fan you'll love it...for me its just ZZZzzzZZZzzz...at least its not golf, which is absolutely the worst and most boring "sport" ever.
Written 21 November 2023
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krhbilly
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Family
Don't miss Wrigleyville and all it has to offer. Lots of places to grab a drink or nightcap, a wide variety of food options, and coffee shops. A great place to visit with friends and family.
Written 22 October 2023
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Robyncakes
Melbourne, Australia242 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
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
Written 10 October 2023
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ktkadish
Boston, MA90 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Family
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.
Written 1 October 2023
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joyce b
Glen Mills, PA4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
First time at Wrigley stadium for a Cubs game! Great vibe and it was really cool to walk around Wrigleyville before the game. We took the train which was super convenient cause taking an Uber would have been uber-expensive! The train station is right next to the stadium.
Written 30 August 2023
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joe-chicago-23
Chesterfield, MO1,108 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Friends
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.
Written 21 August 2023
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Taylor B
Chicago, IL8,761 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023
Wrigley Field has come a long way since the 1950s, when the Cubs were bottom feeders, the seats were empty and the stadium badly needed a renovation. I've seen it all--and from nearly every vantage point. I still remember Bruce Sutter's wife changing her baby daughter's diaper in the row in front of us, behind home plate. As a sportswriter for the Champaign-Urbana Courier, I sat in the press box and interviewed former Chicago White Sox pitcher and then San Francisco Giants pitcher Billy Pierce in the first base dugout. As a high school sports reporter for the Chicago Daily News and Chicago Sun-Times, I covered city championship games at Wrigley Field. Afterward, I stood on the pitching mound, sat in the dugout and gazed out to the center field scoreboard from the batter's box. As a fan, I sat in the left field bleachers, behind the plate, in the first row behind the Cubs' dugout and the upper deck along the first base line. Nowadays, I live in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood, a 15-minute ride on the Clark Street bus to Wrigley Field at Clark and Addison. If you are a tourist, visiting Chicago for the first time, Wrigley Field has to be on your to-go list. With the Art Institute, the Museum Campus, Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park and the Chicago River. Sit in the left field bleachers, with hot dog and beer in hand, absorb the atmosphere. You'll feel like Ferris Bueller. The food is better, the restrooms are cleaner and the concourses are wider than they used to be. Sing along with the late Harry Caray during the seventh inning stretch. If the Cubs win, wave a "W" banner and sing the Cubs anthem, "Hey Chicago, what do you say, the Cubs are gonna win today," with the fans. Afterward, continue your Wrigley Field experience by strolling through adjacent Gallagher Way and kibitz with fans at Murphy's Bleachers, the fan-friendly bar at Sheffield and Waveland, across from center field. Then take the El or the Clark Street bus home. On occasion, I've walked the whole way, 15 city blocks. It always feels better when the Cubs win.
Written 19 August 2023
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KK78
Bay Shore, NY729 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023
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.
Written 14 August 2023
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