Remember when you were a kid?
Did your dad take you to the ballpark and you wondered what it would look like if you could explore the whole thing and see the areas only the players could see? Well, you don’t need to be a kid, you just need to visit Chicago’s Wrigley Field!
Tours of historic Wrigley Field are available on days when the Cubs are not playing and they last about 90 minutes with stops including the Cubs clubhouse, press box, visitors’ clubhouse, bleachers, dugouts, on deck circles, mezzanine suites and security headquarters. Tours begin at 9:30 a.m. and the last tour leaves at 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 with proceeds going to be benefit various charities supported by the Chicago Cubs. You can visit their official website for exact dates that are available and to purchase your tickets online. Personal cameras and video recorders are allowed.
On Game Day, tours will not include the clubhouse but will enter the ballpark before gates open to experience the excitement of a game day at Wrigley Field.