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Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs
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Ivy-covered walls & manual scoreboard add retro charm to 2nd oldest baseball stadium in the majors.- Google
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Haroon Yoeu
reviewed 3 months ago
Wrigley Field is one of the most breathtaking experiences you'll have in Chicago at the site of the lush green field and ivy on the walls. Unfortunately, Wrigley is in dire need of renovations falling far far behind other parks but still an enjoyable experience. As of late, the Cubs have been terrible but when they are in contention, Wrigley Field is the place to be. Packed to the brim, fans cheering, food and beer flowing! Not every seat is the best seat and I prefer to be on the lower level or in the bleachers. The bleachers themselves are a blast and is first come, first served basis; no assigned seating. Go Cubs and soak up old Wrigley while it lasts!
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Arod S
reviewed a week ago
Worth the 8 hour drive, how cool is it to say you went to a baseball game at a 100 year old stadium? Awesome Chicago style food, great service and priceless views. Besides the baseball team being horrible, the stadium is worth every penny for tickets.
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Daniel Navarro
reviewed 2 months ago
Beautiful ballpark. If you ever get a chance to visit, you should definitely do it. The facade of the ballpark alone will take you back in time, but stepping inside is like a time machine:-) While the Cubs winning is always great, it's not necessary to in order to have a great time there. It's located within a neighborhood, and it's party time all the time:-)
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Stepanie Gower
reviewed a week ago
My Son and I went to Wrigley Field on Tue Jun 24th. I was in Town on business and my Son Devin flew up Tue after he got off work. Devin is a fire fighter in Texas and he was wearing his fire fighter T-shirt the night we went to Wrigley Field. Tuesday just happened to be Hero's night for the Fire and Police Department at Wrigley Field. The lady working in the section we were sitting, recognized Devin's fire fighter shirt, and asked if he was a fire fighter. He told her he was, and she advised him that there were some other fireman her from Texas. Devin was so excited just to be at the 100 year old field, and that the Cubs won! To top of the evening Devin recieved a Hero's shirt from the same lady who sat us. It was a great evening for both of us. Thank you so much for includeing my Son in your Hero's Night.
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Sing Kit Kwong
reviewed 2 months ago
It was one of a kind experience. The staff were professional and sensitive human being. I was at the big game between the White Sox and the Cubs, everyone was very excited and the sitting was packed. There are a lot of room to walk and the washroom was managed well to service hundreds of crowd. It was a little bit cold to sit around for three hours at night, there were plenty of fast food stand and a usual variety of choices, I wish they have more choices so you won't get bored. I wish they have more shops in the stadium so the fans can have more things to do during the three to four hours game, something that could generate revenue and stimulate local business, may be more shop stand where small business can rent to sell their own products, so every game is a carnival and fun for everyone in a family.
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Leticia Cervantes
reviewed 6 months ago
This stadium is so iconic and cool, if you are a tourist in town, you should come to a Cubs game even if you aren't a baseball fan, just to see Wrigley Field. I have always been a die-hard Cubs fan (is rooting for the underdog a bad thing?), and have wonderful memories growing up and coming here with my family. The atmosphere is always fun, and eating the hot dogs, peanuts and ice cream is such a fun part of watching a baseball game. This is one of the oldest stadiums still out there, so come see it before things change!
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