A Day at Wrigley Field
Take in a game with the family at the infamous Wrigley Field – home of the Chicago Cubs. This must see attraction offers its visitors over 98 years of exciting history and you can take a behind the scenes look at it all. Beginning in March, tours are available on non-game days and during the season guided tours are offered on days of games only.
If you’re traveling to Chicago during baseball season, don’t miss the opportunity to catch a home game of the Chicago Cubs. Carve out time to get to the ballpark early for loads of fun in the kid’s zone, watch some batting practice, grab an autograph from a player, tour the iconic park and overlook the park for bite to eat. For a more authentic eating experience, stay in your seat and enjoy a mouthwatering Chicago ballpark frank, peanuts and ice cold beer.
Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is a true Chicago landmark and one of the country’s oldest and most historic ballparks. Home of the MLB’s Chicago Cubs for almost a decade, Wrigley Field is legendary for Babe Ruth's "called shot" to the bleachers during Game 3 of the 1932 World Series. Wrigley Field is known for its ivy covered brick outfield wall, iconic red marquee and winds off Lake Michigan.
For a complete schedule and ticket information, go to http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/ticketing/index.jsp?c_id=chc.