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Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field

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1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60613
(800) 843-2827
http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/chc/ballpark/
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Wrigley Field stands as one of the most iconic structures in baseball. Originally built for the Chicago Whales in 1914 the park has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1916. Wrigley field is the ... Read more
second oldest MLB park still in use. Despite many additions to capacity and updates the fields iconic ivy covered outfield wall has never been touched. The field is located in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood which is affectionately nicknamed Wrigleyville. Capable of seating 41,000 screaming Cub's fans, Wrigley has earned its nick name as "the friendly confines" at least if your a Cub.

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Local from Chicago, Illinois, USA

Take a peek inside on of the most iconic stadiums in the U.S., Wrigley Field offers an intimate environment while providing the awe of experiencing a Major League Baseball game!

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Longmont, Colorado, USA

On my most recent trip to Chicago I was able to pick up tickets to one of the Cubs playoff games against the Dodgers. Unfortunately it was a loss but I was able to move freely around the stadium to take in the historic atmosphere. It reminded me of the old Yankee Stadium, which filled me with some nostalgia.

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Local from Chicago, Illinois, USA

Go Cubs Go!! We'll always have 2016 World Champs!! This is the panoramic view from the bleachers.

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Omaha, Nebraska

Great experience and loved the cubbie camaraderie. Highly recommend visiting to anyone traveling through Chicago.

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Matteson, Illinois

Perfect Friday. A night game, which apparently was first one they have been able to have at Wrigley. It was super cool. Go Cubs Go!

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St. Louis, Missouri

We went to Wrigley for a James Taylor/Bonnie Raitt concert. Wrigley is a fun place for a baseball game but just okay for a concert. James and Bonnie were great but like any stadium concert we mostly watched them on a big tv screen because that is the only way we could see them. We had fun.

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Seffner, Florida

Home of the Famous 2016 World Series Winner's The Chicago Cubs Baseball Team! This is only a 15 minute walk down Clark Street North.

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Batavia

A historic baseball park it lost some charm when a jumbo tron was added. If the guts were revamped I'd like it more, but the field itself is a must see

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Home of the Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Champions! Experience a historic original baseball stadium built in 1914. You'll gain an understanding of the uniqueness and loyalty of Cub fans and our 108 year wait for a championship. It's lots of fun to eat, drink and shop in the area after the game. I grew up 2 blocks from Wrigley Field and as a child went to games with my cousins. It never gets old. One of favorite things to do in the summer.

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Clarkesville

I LOVE WRIGLEY FIELD!!!!!!!!! I cannot get there often enough because I live out of state but whenever I am in Chicago, WRIGLEY is one of my stops!!!!!!!

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Sacramento

America's favorite past time (and present). Catching a game at Wrigley Field is a must when in Chicago.

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Foster City, California, USA

Wrigley field is a classic old time baseball field. Even the scoreboard today is operated manually and the pitch count is illuminated by light bulbs, 3 for balls, 2 for strikes, 2 for outs.

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Steger, Illinois

Getting to experience the joy and amazing experience from seeing something that has withstood 100 years is breathtaking

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Spokane, Washington

If you wait long enough you can get tickets for fourteen dollars a piece. Also a great place to relax

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Steeped in baseball history, Wrigley Field is an iconic ball park. What it may lack in more modern amenities, it makes up for in atmosphere and ivy. The Wrigleyville neighborhood is vibrant and fun-- whether the Cubs are at home or not.

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Tonawanda, New York State, USA

It was our first time there and our son's first pro game. It was awesome. The history there is incredible. Also saw a grand slam.

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Local from Chicago, Illinois

Love Wrigley! It is an amazing place to see. The new are nice. I highly recommend the tour. The only thing is the cost of drinks are expensive. It can also be chilly in the summer, so watch the weather forecast and bring a jacket if it's cooler. It's worth the trip!

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Local from Chicago, Illinois, USA

Chicago Guest House in Wrigleyville/Lakeview
MY FAVORITE Way to SPEND AN AFTERNOON!
Whether you get to see a Cubs game or not, you don't want to miss taking a stroll over to the corner of Clark & Addison to see one of baseball’s oldest ball parks nestled among the historic greystone buildings that make up this charming neighborhood.
It's a beautiful sight!

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Los Angeles, California

I'm not the biggest baseball fan, but this field has too much history for me not to attend a Cubs game. The infamous ivy-covered brick wall, iconic red marquee, and old school hand-turned score board made every moment unique. Extremely convenient, being a stop right off of the train, this field was worth the few dollars I paid to get there.

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Local from Chicago, Illinois, USA

Pretty much the best baseball experience ever! Watch the game the way your grandparents did. Go Cubs Go!!

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