Wrigley Field is a baseball park in Chicago, USA. It was built in 1914 but has been improved and modernised numerous times since. The baseball park is the home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team which is one of the city’s two Major League Baseball franchises. The stadium is named after William Wrigley Jr of the Wrigley chewing gum company who bought the Chicago Cubs in 1921. Some notable features at the park are the hand-turned scoreboard, the red marquee over the entrance and the ivy-coloured brick outfield wall. The baseball park has a seating capacity of 42,495, it is one of the oldest parks in the Major League.
The closest metro stop to the baseball park is ‘Addison’, which is right next to the park. The 22 bus stops right outside of Wrigley Field.
Opening Times and Admission
The best way to see Wrigley Field is by attending a baseball game, the schedule and tickets can be found on the Chicago Cubs website. Tours run daily at Wrigley Field and cost 25$.