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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
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I have been to numerous games over the years at Wrigley and I never get tired of going. However not the immediate area has been developed and it's a great place to go even when the cubbies are not in town!
Was super excited about the prices of the tickets even for the season opening game... I can honestly say some of the best prices for a baseball game... amazing atmosphere.... the only thing is that when they do the 7th inning stretch it doesn’t feel...More
My family is from Chicago, we came up to see the july 3rd game vs the Detroit tigers. It was very fun till i had a friend who had someone not show up so he had a TICKET that was not being used. I was...More
We live in Florida, but are huge Cubs fans so we take a trip everyyear to Chicago to see family and take in a couple of games. We had to take the tour of Wrigley Field this year. I enjoyed it, even though it rained....More
A fun walk around! We will be back in the Spring when construction is more complete. Our brick is located in an area being worked on. We love the improvements to the area, while keeping the nostalgia of our beloved Wrigley Field.
Pearl Jam 2018 night 2. What more can you say? Historic city, venue and band. Add to that an eventful storm before the show. The band stayed and played till the lights went out. A ride on the L with thousands of other PJ fans...More
As a younger human, I watched TV as Sammy Sosa was in a home run race to beat the record before that Cardinal from St. Louis. I'd watch as ball after ball would get cracked out going, going, going, gone and into the stands--or better...More
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Yes he sounds like me a true baseball fan. The Harry Carrie monument . You walk around to the back of the stadium we’re is several apparent buildings on top of them are seat for the cubs games you need to buy a ticket food... More
Yes he sounds like me a true baseball fan. The Harry Carrie monument . You walk around to the back of the stadium we’re is several apparent buildings on top of them are seat for the cubs games you need to buy a ticket food and of course beer service. There is a couple of pubs nearby where many fans get together before the game starts.my wife is not a huge baseball fan but found the ivy growing in the outfield and all quaint spots in the stadium, worth the trip. Oh yes the seventh inning singing of take me out to the ballgame many times by a celebrity. Enjoy