Built in 1914, Wrigley Field has been a national treasure to the MLB for over 100 years. Wrigley is the nation’s second-oldest ballpark behind Fenway Park in Boston, home of the Green Monster over left field. Wrigley Field has been the home of the Chicago Cubs since 1916 and continues to bring in loyal fans from across the country each season. Historically, the Cubs are the oldest team to continuously play in the same city since the inception of the National League.
The park offers tours for those who desire a further look into the depths of Wrigley. Daily, group and VIP tours grant access to a number of behind the scenes locations and information on the Cubs, the history of baseball, and Wrigley Field in particular. Visit the press box, the Cubs’ clubhouse, the dugout, field, bleachers, upper deck, and more when led by an informative guide who is as passionate about baseball as you are.
Chicago’s reputation for an obsessive enthusiasm for sports, and baseball, in particular, lends a colorful excitement to the Windy City. Take part in the frivolity in the stands or the clubhouses around Wrigley Field, experience the history of one of the oldest stadiums, and revel in the good, old-fashioned competition in America’s favorite past time.