Wrigley Field Tours


My cousins are HUGE Chicago Cubs fans so it was such a blast to share the behind the scenes tour with them!  We were all so impressed by how much visitors were able to experience during the tour such as going into the locker rooms and sitting in the press box.  I love a good baseball game, but the behind the scenes tour was definitely worth the trip to one of the oldest ballparks in the United States.


When the Cubs are playing, Chicago becomes hectic. The area surrounding the park is challenging to drive through and you have a better chance taking the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Red Line to Addison. Although we don’t expect you to be familiar with Chicago’s transportation systems, we have a tip that might save tourists. If you plan on driving to the stadium, we recommend that you park in a parking structure near the stadium. The nearest parking structure is on 3224 N. Halsted Street. You can also park at the Sports Authority lot, but make sure you follow the signs that say “Park for Wrigley” or your car might be towed.


We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

Learn about Chicago’s famous football stadium at Soldier Field’s Stadium Tour. You and your family will appreciate the historic and modern-day experience as you walk through 80+ years of dedication to American soldiers who died in wars. Get a behind the scenes look at the Field, Doughboy Statue, the United Club and the Visitor’s Locker Room. Tours are not given on game days or during special events, so please plan accordingly.

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