Wrigley Field is a great baseball experience, even if the team leaves a lot to be desired. I took my daughter for a game and we had a great time.
Arrive at Wrigleyville early. Instead of heading into the ballpark right away, stake out a place to have lunch and a couple of pops nearby. Soak in the atmosphere and visit a few souvenir stores. Many of the restaurants feature informal dining, outdoor options, etc.
For tickets, bypass the Cubs and go straight to Stub Hub. i got two tickets in the upper deck behind first base for $21 each. Since Wrigley Field is old, every seat is much closer to the field than the newer parks. Just make sure your seat isn't located behind a pole. That's a possibility. Buy your tickets a week or two in advance. if possible, attend a day game. There's nothing better than day baseball on the north side.
Also, take the CTA to and from the ballpark. Parking rates are a joke in and around the stadium and getting out of the lots can be a hassle after the game. The "El" is the way to go.
Finally, grab an ice cold Old Style and enjoy the game.
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