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- Wrigley Field Chicago is the long-time home of the Chicago Cubs, and was built in 1914.
- Tickets to a Cubs game at Wrigley Field Chicago start at $24, and daily tours of this historic stadium in Chicago are offered on non-game days.
- Wrigley Field was the last stadium to install lights for night games, holding out until 1988.
- The vines lining the outfield wall in Wrigley Field were first planted in 1937.
1060 W Addison St
Chicago, IL 60613
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Historic Chicago Ballpark Built in 1914
Features: For nearly a century, Wrigley Field Chicago has been the home of the Chicago Cubs. One of the most historic sports stadiums in the world, Wrigley Field in the North Side of Chicago features a throwback ballpark atmosphere every fan needs to experience at least once. From the ivy-coated outfield wall to the hand-operated scoreboard in centerfield, Cubs Wrigley Field is an American institution you have to see to believe.
Why We Go: No national ballpark tour is complete without a trip to Wrigley Field Chicago. Watch the "lovable losers" Chicago Cubs attempt to exorcise their long-time demons at this famous Chicago ballpark in Wrigleyville.
- History: Chicago Wrigley Field has hosted some of the most memorable moments in baseball, including Babe Ruth's called shot to centerfield in the 1932 World Series, and the Steve Bartman game in the 2003 NL Championship Series. Witness a piece of baseball history when you visit historic Wrigley Field in Chicago.
- Atmosphere: Few Major League ballparks can rival the atmosphere at a Cubs game in Wrigley Field. Take in the game with fellow bleacher bums in the outfield, and make sure to save your voice for the 7th-inning stretch and the traditional "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" sing-a-long.
- The Cubs: Despite holding the longest World Series Championship drought in Major League history - 100+ years and counting - the Chicago Cubs have some of the most loyal and passionate followings in sports. Watch as the Cubs attempt to give the North Side something to cheer about at Wrigley Field Chicago.
Inside Knowledge: Not only is Wrigley Field Chicago the oldest stadium in the Majors, it's also the most expensive in terms of ticket prices. Expect to pay around $50 for decent tickets at this popular Chicago attraction in Wrigleyville.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Go For a Day Game: A Cubs game at Wrigley Field was always meant to be a daytime event in Chicago, which is why the Cubs schedule more day games each season than any other team in the Major Leagues.
- Do Throw it Back: If you're lucky enough to catch a home run ball from the opposing team, don't plan on hanging on to it. It's Wrigley tradition to throw the ball back in to the field of play. "Throw it back! Throw it back!"
- Don't Miss the Dogs: In a city famous for its hot dogs, it would be a crime to skip the Wrigley Dogs features at this historic stadium in Chicago.
- Don't Wear Your Sox Hat: After all, you're on the North Side of Chicago - Cubs territory. Keep your White Sox gear at home when visiting Chicago Wrigley Field.