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1060 W Addison St Chicago, IL 60613
1060 West Addison StreetUSIllinoisChicago60613
(773) 404-2827chicago.cubs.mlb.com
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Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs
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4 star
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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."
"⚾Chicago Cubs⚾ You gotta stop here for a game if it's baseball season."
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R. P. Michaelis
3 weeks ago
Hands down, the most beautiful relic we have left to witness baseball. (Fenway as well) There is nothing else like it. The perfect venue to go, relax, cheer, have fun, and be transplanted back to view baseball as it has been experienced for over 100 years. Closing-thing there is currently to an actual "time-machine". Go. Enjoy. You'll have memories for life.
roger gonzalez
2 weeks ago
I'm hard core A's fan, but the culture there it's great! Hands down to the city of Chicago and their loyal fans!!! I showed up in my A's gear and they showed me Love!!! Go Cubs!!!
4gf Gfd
3 weeks ago
im not a cubs fan, but the ballpark is pretty nice. The only thing that bothers me is the ivy bush. they made a rule at Wrigley fields. "If a ball is stuck to the ivy bush, the ball will be out of play and be ruled a ground- rule double." The ivy bush bothers me because, if there wasn't an ivy bush, it could be a triple. it's not really fair
bythenumbers06
a week ago
Pretty awesome if you ask me! Only issue I would say is the renovations are ruining it by destroying the character of the park. Not everything should be about money, but these days it seems to be.
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Jonah Rivera
4 weeks ago
it is a amazing 100 year old stadium since 1914 from this time for mlb baseball and it has been renovated for a better great time at your favorate stadium wrigley field and if your a cubbies fan this is the best place to be.
Ron Thompson
a month ago
This is the only way i can get some one to listen. If you want me to love the cubies why can't i watch them. 3 nights ago cubs vs St Louis ESPN 8;00 no game why today friday cubs vs white sox. Im looking at score on my laptop no game last week cubs on no it was white sox. This has happened a lot of times can't find anyone to listen as there is no way to i'm put. Went on ESPN Face Book told my concern next day went to see answere it was deleted. Lot of my friends are no longer cubs fans am i heading that way ? after all these years I'v watched. We get a better teem and now i can't watch them what the hell is going on. Hay Hay cubbies do you wan't we to watch or not
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harrison keyes
4 months ago
This is an essential part of Chicago tourism. This is the second oldest ballpark in the country. Tips: -Stubhub can often yield better prices than the box office (if the game is in low demand). I've gone to games on multiple occasions for under $10. -if you are looking to be thrifty, have lunch/dinner and a beer before you go in the game. If you are looking for a hot dog, Wrigleyville dogs are up the street. Uncommon ground is the hippest thing within walking distance (and it deserves the hype.) -Find the Old Style. There's nothing like Old Style at the Cubs game.
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Jake Miller
2 weeks ago
Beautiful stadium! Hard to find a seat that isn't great! If you like hot dogs/sausage, make sure to go to Smokies behind third base.