Great place to spend an afternoon in the sun. While the Cubs may not be the best, this is one historic spot to go to.
JMJ If you really want to experience a fun baseball game than go to Cellular Field ( White Sox Park-Comisky). The vendors are nicer and so are the prices and the parking, and the level of play. Wrigley Field is so overrated and over priced. To get a better feel for Chicago see more of the Southside.
Outside of the product on the field (currently) this place is a must visit, the history, charm and atmosphere is hard to replicate....the "friendly confines" indeed!
If you like the old world charm of a ball field this is the place. I like that I could see the city streets all around me as we watched the game. I'm not much of a sports enthusiast but my teenage boy and girl really enjoyed the experience. We payed a pretty hefty price considering we sat way back... More
I had a good time at Wrigley. It is an interesting ball park with lots of history. From what I am told, there are no bad seats at Wrigley. If you want to visit the ball park and you are looking for cheap seats, they are there for most games. I got my ticket right before the game at a... More
This apperently is one of the nicest baseball grounds to visit in the USA, and i can only agree. As I am from Europe I know not much about baseball, other than the rules and some team names. But this was pure fun, 100% Americana, with hot dogs vendors, a great ball park in a nice residential neighborhood, and the... More
Had great seats 5 up from the field. Saw the Cubs play the Phillies. A lot of history in this park. It's the 100 years of the Cubs. Tickets are available on line day of the game.
Wrigley Field, the second oldest ball park in the U.S is definitely worth seeing. The field is piece of baseball history and will delight baseball fans of all ages with the tour and ending with a photo of guests in front of the ball diamond which can be purchased after the tour concludes. A must see while in Chicago.
Easy to get to by the EL. Fun to see the legend of baseball. Take warm clothes so you can bundle up in the wind and cold.
My virgin voyage to Wrigley left me surprised at just how old it really is. I come from Miller Park and Target Field experiences, so something this dated and tiny was such a surprise - especially given all the history here!
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