The second-oldest Major League ballpark still in use, Wrigley Field has been the home of the Chicago Cubs since 1916. The Cubs haven’t won—or even reached—a World Series since 1945, but their fans persist in believing their team will prevail again someday. Whether that day ever comes, an afternoon at Wrigley with a bag of peanuts, a cup of beer and a pal or two is a quintessential Chicago experience. If you have your heart set on seeing a game, get your tickets online as far in advance as you can, or you’ll have to take your chances at the ticket windows on game day. On some summer weekends, you can also take a tour of Wrigley that includes the clubhouses and dugouts; call 773-404-CUBS for the tour schedule.
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- Nearest Train: Red Line, Addison Street stop