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1060 W Addison St Chicago, IL 60613
1060 West Addison StreetUSIllinoisChicago60613
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Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs
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506 reviews
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4 star
103 reviews
3 star
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2 star
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Ivy-covered walls & manual scoreboard add retro charm to 2nd oldest baseball stadium in the majors.- Google
"I'm not a real cubs fan, but this is the most fun I have aa baseball game."
56 reviewers
"People enjoy the atmosphere of the 100 plus year old stadium."
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Jordan Wilhelmi
4 months ago
Nearly unbeatable for the either the ultimate or casual baseball fan. Wrigley is a must stop on any trip through Chicago, even if it's not baseball season - the park still looks majestic amidst the throngs of a Midwest winter. It truly is a sports experience unlike any other, few can capture the magic of the tradition and pride of a team that remains a constant and lifeblood of so many Chicagoans. Undoubtedly, one of my favorite stop on my ballpark tour, and a place I will surely take my kids someday, if only just to revel in the recollection of my own "first-time" at a Cubs game. A bucket list item that any human should check off their agenda. Almost impossible to put into words how breathtaking the experience was. All right, I'll stop gushing. Just promise me you'll GO!
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Greta Banzen
4 weeks ago
I've been a Cubs fan since 1969. There are no words for a day at Wrigley Field.....visit it and you will experience Ferris Bueller's day off. Awesome !!!
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Buck Wild
2 months ago
Fantastic historic park to see MLB and that's coming from a diehard Sox fan. It will only get better with the extensive renovation.
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Kevin Berry
3 months ago
Trying not to sound like a homer but Wrigley Field is probably one the best stadiums I've been in. It's not one of the newer ones so you will lose out on some amenities but if you are a diehard baseball fan, it's hard to not love Wrigley for the old school feel and history. Even if you manage to get nosebleed seats, you can still get a great view of the field almost everywhere. My most recent experience I was in section 412 and I had a great view. Best thing about Wrigley and even US Cellular is accessibility. The Red Line is right there so you can easily avoid the 20 dollar parking. Granted the trains get crowded game days but again it's part of the whole experience. And anyone who has been to Chicago knows about Wrigleyville. You probably want to rely on public transportation instead of driving LOL.
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Sarah Cano
a week ago
One of the best places on earth!! Love the ambiance of Wrigleyville and the friendly confines!!
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Ryan Paul
4 months ago
The cubs suck, but this place is pretty epic. One of the oldest stadiums still in use. It is undergoing major renovations but is a holy ground to many. The atmosphere on game day is unrivaled and the energy in the stadium can be electric. Now, if they could put together a winning season.
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Scott Ruckoldt
4 months ago
An absolute amazing baseball shrine! I've been to Wrigley and Fenway, each has it's own unique charm and historical significance. The history alone makes this place special. My father brought me here in 1985 and I've never gone a year with out going to the game with him since. When I sit in the bleachers, the grandstand, box seats, terrace, or the upper deck; time melts away and I spend about 3 hours watching baseball and caring about nothing else in the world. The scoreboard, the perfect field, the grandstands, and the ivy floating in the breeze is simply magical. Any rating less than 5 stars is misinformed. We're talking Wrigley Field here, not the Cubs.
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michael robertson
3 months ago
Home Sweet Home,i grew up near Wrigley Field since i was 5 years old when i saw my 1st baseball game i lived 4 blocks away in the 60s i remember when the trains use to park right next to wrigley field i met and saw all the greats,Ron Santo,Billy Williams,Ernie Banks etc etc,i am a True Blue Cubs Fan Till the day i die and this year should be one of our best with lester pitching..Hey Hey Holy Mackarel No Doubt about it the Cubs are on there way..God Bless you Harry Cary we miss you in Sweet Home Chicago..
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