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Home of the Chicago Cubs

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Phone: (773) 404-4100

Phone: (773) 472-5183

Phone: (773) 404-0384

Phone: (773) 525-4199

Primary Phone: (773) 883-2085

TollFree: (800) 843-2827

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Wrigleyville, North Side, Lakeview

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Parking: Lot

Wi-Fi: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No


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One of my wishes forever was to see a game in Wrigley, and finally got to. Have read the history in the book "Wrigleyville". Great stadium, no real bad seat, great feel for the game. This is the way baseball was supposed to be presented. Still get chills thinking about it. Great experience.



im 69years old on the 19th and...

im 69years old on the 19th and when i was 13 years old i took a picture with minnie manoso, probably not spelt right, at the cubs ball park ,that was so exciting, marie mc//guire was his cub fan manager, diana wyatt was with me,and im sharon sigers, so you see , i will always give them a 5 star rateing, which they diserve,, thank you.

sharon sigers

p.s. diana still lives in chicago

and im from central city ky 42330 801 cleaton rd apt d1



Classic Park

I am a sucker for the old classics and wrigley delivers. This stadium is something every true lover of the game should see. The only complaint I would have is that sometimes it becomes more of a tourist attraction than a place to see a game, and there are a ton of drunk 20 somethings but still a must see for any baseball fan.



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To All The NaySayers...

I have been a Cubs fan since I was 5 years old. Nearly 30 years later, STILL a Cubs fan stuck in a world of Sox fans (Family and friends) I have stood my ground. I will defend the Cubs until I die... whether they win or lose... because that's the whole point of being a fan... the good and the bad.

You know, I've been sitting here, reading these comments, and for the naysayers... I have something to say.

First of all, do you go to the park for the bathrooms? Who does? I don't pay attention to the bathrooms as long as theyre clean. Don't use that as an argument for the field as a whole.

Secondly, does anyone remember the old Comiskey Park (or the newer one for that matter), or old Yankee Stadium? Yes, I've been to all three. Two of the three don't exist anymore - they were rebuilt....and yes, they were almost as bad as any OLD park. You cannot compare US ...whatever field... to Wrigley. When Comiskey was still standing (THE REAL ONE), then I would argue which was better. But please, if you don't like it, DON'T GO. I've been to Wrigley more times in the past few years than I have in to any other sports team in the Continental US... in my whole life. I'd pick Wrigley and its old feeling, to any of them.

I know someone that works security at Wrigley... and even before I did, I never ONCE felt unsafe. If you feel your children aren't safe there, then that's your problem. Don't bring them... thats what a TV is for. They take care of business, and just because one idiot security guard makes a mistake, doesn't mean they all do.

If you have the audacity to say we don't know the Cubs from the Bears, then you obviously talked to people that are just like you, fake fans... who don't know your head from a hole in the wall. Not ALL of us are drunks either. You'd know that if you talked to more than 4 people. If you don't like the food, bring your own, I do... because I like to eat before the game - and I bring my own water bottle too, because water is free.

I love my Cubs, and if you're going to sit here and compare the World Series titles to the Sox, then lets have a little fact check here. Yes, the Sox may have won a World Series title more recently, but they've done just as poorly as the Cubs have at getting into the playoffs since then. Also, if you check your facts, the Cubs have actually won MORE W.S. Titles than the Sox have. Look it up...

So people can say whatever they want, but this Cubs fan is TIRED of people saying things without a response. Say whatever you want, but expect TRUE Cubs fans to outnumber you completely.



World's Largest Beer Garden

As an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan, I still think that Wrigley and the surrounding area is an absolute must for any baseball fan. I enjoy the atmosphere and the Cubbies. If you make it a day game, which is a must anyways, make sure to come early and enjoy the establishments around the stadium, and stay late to hit all the places you missed before the game. Great place!



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I'm only Sixteen so my word may not carry much weight with the older crowd but i love Wrigley Field and there is no other stadium where that many fans will show and support a team when its forty degrees out and raining. if you've got a problem Wrigley Field then go and get your head examined or leave it alone so others can enjoy it. i love the people and the team and i hope Wrigley stay exactly the same.



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way overrated

Dirty place; rude people who try to pass as fans. Feared for my kids safety there. Least knowledgeable baseball crowd in the majors. Very unimpressive. Nothing but a tourist trap.



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Best place ever. If you don't like it, there is something seriously wrong with you.

This is the best place to see a game in the country. It's nothing buty fun! And the area around it is amazing with hundreds of fun options for after the game. Whoever doesn't like Wrigley is out of their mind and should probably visit a shrink.



Best ballpark I've been to so far

I am a much traveled man, and although I don't root for the Cubbies...You can not ignore the beauty, legacy and history held within the fences of wrigley field. If you have a chance dont miss up on it, you'll never forget it

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