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Wrigley Field in Chicago, home of the Cubs since 1916, is MLB's second-oldest ballpark. Famous for its ivy-covered brick outfield walls and iconic red marquee, this historic stadium offers an intimate baseball experience. It features a manually operated scoreboard, unique rooftop viewing from surrounding buildings, and a seating capacity of around 41,000.

Despite modern renovations, it maintains its old-time charm, including being one of the last to add lights for night games in 1988. Nestled in the Lakeview neighborhood, Wrigley Field is not just a sports venue but a cultural landmark deeply embedded in baseball history and American culture.

NL Central
April 23, 1914
Home Dugout:
Third Baseline
Visitor Dugout:
First Baseline
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Entry Policy

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Factory-sealed plastic bottles are allowed to be brought into the ballpark. No glass bottles, cans or alcoholic beverages of any kind may be brought in

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A personal amount of food (in a small, disposable bag) can be brought into the ballpark.

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Only purses and wallets smaller than 9 x 5 inches will be permitted into Wrigley Field as well as medical bags and manufactured diaper bags that accompany guests with young children.

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Experience the ballpark

The Marquee
The hand operated scoreboard
The seventh inning stretch

Bars & Restaurants

269 feet
to the ballpark
Grab a drink on the first floor and then head upstairs for the batting cages and other games on the second.
Jason Cupp
Murphy's Bleachers
56 feet
to the ballpark
Lively atmosphere right across the street from the center field entrance.
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Nisei Lounge
0.2 miles
to the ballpark
The oldest bar in Wrigleyville. Nice dive bar feel with plenty of drink options but no kitchen.

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