As the nation’s second-oldest Major League Baseball stadium, this famed home of the Chicago Cubs wins raves from those who love the sport’s history, tales of Babe Ruth, and the camaraderie of a smaller ballpark. Built in 1914, there are no luxury suites here, and the scoreboard remains hand-operated. Seats sell fast, so your best bet is to reserve early, try for a weekday game, or go on a rich-in-history behind-the-scenes tour on or off game days.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Great way to see the baseball - but take several jumpers!
Even in May, the upper stands at Wrigley Field are bitterly cold, as we discovered last weekend...but even in the cheap seats the view is spectacular, so it's worth braving the cold. A great way…
We enjoyed the Cubs game and they won. We left real early to get there and we made it. It was very cold. The food and beer were great, but expensive. We will be back.