Opened in 1914, Wrigley Field has been home to the Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball team since 1916 and has served as the location for iconic baseball moments. The oldest ballpark in the MLB, Wrigley Field can seat more than 42,000 fans and is renowned for its ivy-covered outfield walls, rooftop seating, vintage hand-turned scoreboard and striking main entry marquee.
Time your visit to Wrigley Field for one of the electric home games or join a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium, which grants access to the Cubs’ dugout, field, visiting team’s clubhouse, Budweiser Bleachers and Press Box. Wrigley Field has also hosted other sports, from soccer and American football to ice hockey, along with live music performances by Billy Joel, Pearl Jam, Lady Gaga and Zac Brown Band.
You’ll find ample food options at the stadium, including Bleacher Grill, Italian Grill, Jim Beam Patio and Left Field Classics. Grab some supporter gear from the various merchandise stands around the stadium, then check out fan messages written in chalk on Wrigley Field’s outer wall.
Wrigley Field is about 15 minutes’ drive north of Chicago or 10 minutes if you catch the Red Line train to Addison Station. It’s about 20 minutes’ drive from O’Hare International Airport.