Home to the two-time defending champions of MLB National League's Central Division, Wrigley Field is the oldest National League ballpark and one of the smallest in the U.S. The park was named after former Cubs owner and chewing gum mogul William Wrigley Jr., who bought the team in the 1920s.

The famed site of Babe Ruth's legendary home run prediction, it was more than 75 years ago when "The Sultan of Swat" pointed to the bleachers halfway through the World Series and blasted then-Cubs pitcher Charlie Root's curveball into hall-of-fame history. On non-game days, you can tour the team's clubhouse, press box, dugouts, and mezzanine suites. But nothing beats watching a home game from the Bleacher Box, where pitchers of ice-cold beer and mustard-slathered franks are only a few rows away.

 
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Family Review of Wrigley Field

Away Travel Expert: Laura Tiebert
FamilyExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Children aged 6 - 12 and 13 - 17
FamilyExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Ask about tours of the ball park and see the venerable stadium in a new way

Address:
1060 West Addison St.
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Parking: Call for details.


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 773-404-2827
Transportation: Red Line, Addison Street stop
Neighborhood: Lakeview/Wrigleyville
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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