Wrigley Field

Built-in 1924 and has been the home of the Chicago Cubs (Major League Baseball franchises) one of the City’s for more than a century. Located on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois. It first opened in 1914 with the name Weeghman Park in memory of Charles Weeghman’s Chicago Whales of the Federal League that folded after the 1915 baseball season. Chicago Cubs played their first home game at the park dominating the game and defeating the Cincinnati Reds.


Wrigley Field Information Guide


Health and Safety

Wrigley Field is incredibly excited to cater to all baseball fans regardless of the COVID-19 health risks. No need to worry because their top priority is everyone’s safety as well as fun enjoyment during their stay in the area. Wrigley Field makes sure that every facility and space is clean and sanitized for everyone’s sake. Face masks are also encouraged during their whole stay.


Accessible Parking

Parking spaces for persons with a valid disability license plate or placard are available. They also offer free remote parking for night and weekend games with free shuttle service to and from Wrigley Field.


Accessible Seating

Seating sections are located throughout the ballpark. Guests with mobility disabilities are encouraged to purchase in advance to avoid inconvenience.


Assistive Listening Devices

Wrigley Field also offers Assistive Listening Devices free of charge! Avail them at Fan Services Booth and make sure identification must be left in exchange for the device that will be borrowed and must be returned after use. EZ Bed Bug Exterminator Chicago



Guests with strict dietary practices are welcome to bring their food prepared at home. The Club also offers many food options such as:


  • Gluten-Free Options
  • Red Bridge Beer (Gluten-Free)
  • Vegan Options
  • Kosher Options
  • Vegetarian Options


Alcoholic Beverages Policies


Alcoholic beverages will not be sold after the last out of the 8th inning during day games and also last out of the 7th inning or 10:30 p.m for evening games. Guest who appears to be under age 35 will be asked to show valid ID indicating legal proof of age when purchasing alcohol inside Wrigley Field. Security people will have the right to deny entry as well as the selling of beverages to any intoxicated individuals.

Animals are not permitted to enter Wrigley Field not unless it is considered by the federal law as service animals.

Gates are open to guests two hours prior to the first pitch.

Address: 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL

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