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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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  • Fantastic stadium and game. We sat infield and the atmosphere was super. You really need to give this a try. The people of Chicago are so friendly and the sport itself is really entertaining if us... 
    Fantastic stadium and game. We sat infield and the atmosphere was super. You really need to give this a try. The people of Chicago are so friendly and the sport itself is really entertaining if us...  more »
  • Wow. There is so much history in this stadium. I am currently traveling all the stadiums and this one just went to the top of my list as a favorite. Its beautiful and our tour guide was great. 
    Wow. There is so much history in this stadium. I am currently traveling all the stadiums and this one just went to the top of my list as a favorite. Its beautiful and our tour guide was great.  more »
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  • The best retro park in all of baseball. There is no discussion on this matter. Everyone should visit this place before they die. All the cubs legends, the concessions, the history, the rooftop seating, the hand-operator score board, etc. Because of the history here you don't even complain about the fact that there isn't technically a second deck..rather a series of gantries that take you up to the upper seating. You just remind yourself that this is an old park and that's the way it is...and you like it! This is baseball the way your grandfather remembered it. Beautiful venue.
  • Wrigley Field is by far the worst professional baseball field organization I have ever visited. They have zero ability to be on the same page. I helped collect some cups for the famous “snake” which I was told happens every game. Shortly after, I was escorted by 4 men out of the stadium. Keep in mind, I flew to Chicago just to visit Wrigley and see my team play. Oh, also, the snake of cups KEPT GOING because my friends stayed in the game. An absolute disrespectful, irrational organization that needs help when it comes to understanding. My friends and I paid a lot of money to visit and they didn’t listen to a word when it came to explanation. I am extremely upset and disturbed by the organization that is allowing these individuals to run the stadium. Please take better care of your guests who pay $900+ for a flight and $200+ for a ticket to finally visit Wrigley. It has always been on my bucket list and I can sadly check it off of my bucket list as one of the worst experiences I have EVER had. Do better for the people who love the game of baseball.

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