Built in 1914 and named for the chewing-gum guy, Wrigley Field – aka The Friendly Confines – is the second-oldest baseball park in the...
Captain Morgan Club
Rink at Wrigley
The rink takes over the baseball stadium’s parking lot in winter. There’s an admission fee ($5 to $10) plus skate rental cost (another...
Lonely Planet review
The beloved, beleaguered Cubs plays at Wrigley Field. It has been more than a century since the team won the World Series, but that doesn't stop fans and tourists from coming out to see their games. Ticket prices vary, but in general you'll be hard-pressed to get in for under $30. The popular bleacher seats cost around $50.
The Upper Deck Reserved (infield) seats, sections 513 to 517, are usually pretty cheap. They're way at the top of the stadium, but have a nice view of the on-field action and Lake Michigan.
Tickets are available at the box office, through the team’s website, or by calling 800-843-2827 (within Illinois) or 866-652-2827 (from out of state).