A visit to Wrigley Field means a visit to one of the most iconic and important attractions in Chicago's history - and yes, that includes baseball! Wrigley Field was built in 1914 and has actually played host to 100 over seasons of Major League Baseball, with 2018 marking the 102nd year the field was home to the Chicago Cubs. It also happens to be the second oldest ballpark for majors after Fenway Park in Boston (dating to 1912) - which is really impressive!
So why not head to one of the Cubs games when in the Windy City?
Walking around Wrigley Field, you are joining some very iconic moments in baseball history. The ballpark was here Babe Ruth's "called shot" happened in the 1932 World Series (he pointed to a bleacher location and then hit Charlie Root's next pitch for a homer!), and it's the same location of Ernie Bank's 500th career home run in 1970
Not only can you pick up tickets to see an actual game played at Wrigley Field, but you can join a Ball Park Tour, taking you through 100 years of history. In just 90 minutes, you can experience the charm, beauty and historic features that fans have come to know and love about this iconic attraction!
There are game day and non-game day tours, and you can visit places like the clubhouse, bleachers, Cub's digout and yes, even visit the field!
So kids, you know what two words we're about to say, are you ready - PLAY BALL!
Tours $25.00 - $35.00 per person
Same as adult
On Game Days there are food vendors available to grab some tasty items!
Arrive approximately 10-15 minutes before the scheduled start time of your tour.
They invite schools to join us on their Interactive Educational Tours at Wrigley Field. In addition to a ballpark tour, students will receive a grade-level appropriate Activity Passport. Their passports are created by teachers and ensure students are learning while enjoying their time at the Friendly Confines. They also offer Career Tours too!
Wrigley Field Tours are wheelchair accessible; however, certain areas may have limited or no access to tour guests in wheelchairs, including the Cubs dugout. Wheelchairs are available for use upon request
Wrigley Field is an active construction site. Please dress and plan accordingly. Specific tour routes are established each day based on events and activities in the ballpark.