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.
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
A personal amount of food (in a small, disposable bag) can be brought into the ballpark.
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.
Sections 102-104, 112-115, 126-127, 420, Upper Bleachers - First started on the south side in 1974, this well-known Chicago style pizza joint is worth a try
Bleacher Platform 14 - Local chain of Italian beef sandwiches, another Chicago staple
Bleacher Platform 14 - Creatively topped hot dogs and sausages
Sections 307, 327 - A family favorite growing up but now being served at Wrigley where you top some Fritos with chili con carne, nacho cheese, pico de gallo and pickled jalapeños