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Visit a Historic Ball Park at Wrigley Field

by Leap on April 15, 2024 Chicago

Wrigley Field, located in Chicago, is one of the most iconic baseball stadiums in the world — serving as the home of the Chicago Cubs team. But beyond its role as a baseball stadium, Wrigley Field also hosts huge concerts. Let's jump into all of the important details about this venue!

Wrigley Field - Entrance

"Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois (cropped)" by user Flickr Ken Lund is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Overview of Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field, a national historic landmark on the North Side of Chicago, IL, opened in 1914 and is easily recognized for its ivy-covered brick wall. It's one of the oldest ballparks in the United States (second to Fenway Park in Boston). William Wrigley Jr. of the Wrigley Company acquired the Cubs in 1921. The field was known as Cubs Park from 1920 to 1926 before it was renamed Wrigley Field in 1927. The stadium currently seats about 41,000 people.

In addition to Cubs games, Wrigley Field welcomes legendary musical acts. In summer 2024 you can catch acts such as:

Look for statues of these Cubs legends:

  • Broadcaster Harry Caray
  • Ernie Banks
  • Billy Williams
  • Ron Santo
  • Fergie Jenkins

Where Is Wrigley Field Located?

Wrigley Field is located at 1060 West Addison Street, Chicago, IL. The stadium is located in the primarily residential neighborhood of Wrigleyville (in the Lakeview area) without large parking lots. There are several ways to arrive at Wrigley Field.

Wrigley Field Arrival Information — Parking and Transportation

Parking options around Wrigley Field are limited. The field does not have large lots, but the lots they do have should be easy to get in and out of. The lots are cashless. You can reserve your parking in advance with SpotHero. Fans are encouraged to use public transportation. The Cubs offer free remote parking for night and weekend games at 3900 N. Rockwell St. The remote lot includes a free shuttle service to and from Wrigley Field.

Tailgating is not allowed in the Chicago Cubs-operated parking lots. The Chicago Police Department strictly enforces open alcohol container laws.

Rideshare drop-off and pick-up for all events are subject to a geo-fence around Wrigley Field. Pick-up locations are at Addison Street between Broadway and Halsted Street, and at Irving Park Road between Clark Street and Seminary Avenue.

Transportation Hubs, Buses and Trains

You can get to Wrigley Field easily by CTA Public Transportation rail or bus from transportation hubs in Chicago, such as:

  • LaSalle St. Station
  • Midway Airport
  • Ogilvie Transportation Center
  • O'Hare Airport
  • Union Station

The Red Line, Yellow Line and Purple Line Express have convenient Park & Ride options.


You can ride your bike to a Cubs game! The Cubs offer a free bike valet service for Cubs home games. It's in the alley just east of the main entrance to the CTA Red Line stop on Addison Street. The valet opens three hours before a regular season game's start time and closes one hour after it ends. You can bring your bicycle helmet into the park and store it under your seat.

Wrigley Field Seating

The stadium has different seating levels for all budgets. You can join the hecklers and "Bleacher Bums" in the bleacher section for a unique experience. Or select the best seats in terms of view (in the upper rows of the Field Box 100 level sections). Some more affordable seats — but still with a great view — can be found in the Upper Box (infield) 308L-326R. You might think you want shade under the overhang, but it can get pretty hot under there.

No matter where you sit, Undercover Tourist offers great deals and savings on Chicago Cubs tickets. If it's been a while since your last visit to Wrigley Field, there is a new (and easier) seat numbering system in place as of 2019.

Looking forward to an upcoming event? Undercover Tourist is your go-to destination for incredible deals on sports, concerts and attractions. Our user-friendly seating map ensures you'll find the perfect seats hassle-free. With over two decades of experience, Undercover Tourist guarantees a seamless ticket-buying experience with a 100 percent buyer guarantee. Secure your tickets with us and enjoy major savings before you even head to the field! We also have great deals on other Chicago teams such as the Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks and White Sox.

What to Know Before You Go

Here are a few tips you'll want to keep in mind before visiting:

  • Bag Policy: Wallets, purses, drawstring bags, fanny packs, lunch bags, briefcases and soft-sided coolers smaller than 16 x 16 x 8 inches in size are permitted. Exceptions are made for medical bags and diaper bags for young children. Bags are subject to inspection. No backpacks (including clear backpacks), hard-sided coolers (regardless of size) and bags larger than 16 x 16 x 8 inches.
  • Prohibited Items: Avoid bringing alcoholic beverages, aerosol spray, professional-grade cameras, portable stadium seats, skateboards, umbrellas with metal tips or are larger than 10 inches, and laser pointers. Refer to the security page for details.
  • Cashless Stadium: The stadium operates entirely cashless. Bring credit cards or use Apple Pay. Place all concessions orders through the MLB Ballpark app or a scanned QR code. In-seat vending is also available.
  • 2016 World Series Championship Trophy: On game day, you can visit the trophy in the CD Peacock Trophy Room, located inside the Marquee Gate entrance.
  • Charging Stations:  Charge your phone in the left field and right field bleacher concourses and on the ramp across from the Addison Street Grill and ballpark entrance.
  • Cubs Kids: Learn about Kids Sundays and kids running the bases postgame.
  • Wrigley Field Tours: Get a behind-the-scenes look at the legendary park. Call 773-388-8270 or visit for information.

Upcoming Events at Wrigley Field

Are you headed to a Cubs Game or concert at Wrigley Field? Here's a quick view of the upcoming live events:

So, when will you be paying a visit to Wrigley Field to see the Chicago Cubs or a concert? Be sure to let us know in the comments below! If you are visiting Chicago, we have some helpful posts on visiting Chicago with kids and things to do in Chicago

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