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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...more
Took a tour of Wrigley Field. The tour had probably 15 people and two tour guides. They took us out to left field so we could see the ivy wall and take pictures. Also visited both the visitors changing room and the home teams changing...More
The lines to get in were unorganized and people were standing much too close. When the concert had a rain delay on the second night, the crowds were poorly managed. A fire would have taken many lives. Our tickets were very expensive on the second...More
It took us 40 years to get there but it was well worth the wait. The Chicago Cubs fans where extremely friendly. Even welcoming us to WrigleyField and Chicago. It is a beautiful ball park and I hope it never changes. We left Wrigley Field...More
I am a lifelong Cubs fan and was in town visiting family. I caught a Game here in 1994, but wanted to tour. I took the Ivy Tour. This was amazing and I felt like a kid touring this lovely baseball Mecca. I got to...More
First trip to Wrigley. This was a bucket list visit & did not disappoint. Great neighborhood & atmosphere. Recommend taking the train; inexpensive and let’s you out practically at the gate. I’ve seen the field on television for many years and always wanted to go....More
Did this visit on a whim: had been to Fenway, Camden Yard, so why not another iconic ball park? Did the tour as a family outing (three generations) on a very hot day. Must admit my benchmark was a Fenway tour close to 20 years...More
Why does a non-sports-fanatic go to Wrigley Field? People watching. But I actually enjoyed the game! The outer rim of the stadium is filled with interesting shops/restaurants. Looks like a great party place. Next time !
We came in town to see Reds/Cubs game as a fathers day gift. We did a tour of the ball park ($25) the day before the game and our guide was AWESOME! He was an encyclopedia of knowledge. I believe his name was John. I...More
I have visited Wrigley plenty of times during the time I lived in Chicago for 4 years but had never actually gone to a Cubs game. It was such a great atmosphere, sell out crowd and an exciting place to be in.
Even before the...More
My husband and I were visiting Chicago and had the chance to see a Cubs game on a Saturday afternoon. We had a wonderful time.
Seats were in left field near the foul ball pole sitting under the overhang. Seats were good, but the jumbo...More
This energetic sub-neighborhood, part of the larger Lakeview neighborhood, has a split personality. In the daytime you can stroll along its streets and enjoy a quiet meal, shop for gifts, walk along the row homes or sit peacefully in Graceland Cemetery. After dark, the neighborhood springs to life. Go bar-hopping along Addison and Sheffield Avenue or join the crowd at the historic Wrigley Field for live music. If there’s a
Chicago Cubs baseball game in town, be prepared. Cubs fans can get a little rowdy and may prove to be a bit overwhelming if you're not expecting it.