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Skydeck Chicago Admission

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...ons like Wrigley Field and the Navy Pier. With mobile tickets, simply scan your phone for direct entry into the SkyDeck

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Bikes, Bites & Brews: Chicago Biking Tour

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 4 hour

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...d beer – on this city bike tour. Tour Chicago's famous neighborhoods and cruise past the historic Wrigley Field stadium!

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Chicago Sports Tour

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...o op! You will visit Chicago's historic Wrigley Field - built in 1914, the United Center - home of the Chicago Bulls and...

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Chicago 30-Minute Helicopter Flight

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$199

...ield, Field Museum, Millennium Park, the “Bean,” Navy Pier, Hancock Building, Wrigley Field, Willis Tower and much more.

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Private Guided SUV Tour for up to 4 Guests

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...us, Millennium Park, Lake Shore Drive & Wrigley Field, OR Explore the neighborhoods with visits to Chinatown, Pilsen, Li...

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Chicago Independent Bike Tour with Full-Day Rental

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...ncoln Park, Navy Pier, Millennium Park, Wrigley Field and the Shedd Aquarium. This is a fun and active way to experience...

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Chicago Helicopter Tour Daytime Experience

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..., Lincoln Park, Soldier Field, historic Wrigley Field, and so much more! Expert pilots narrate the entire duration of yo...

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Chicago Helicopter Holiday Lights Experience

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'Tis the season to experience the city lights on a very special holiday Chicago helicopter ride. De...

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Private Guided Tour by SUV for up to 4 guests - International Languages

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$750

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Private Guided Tour of Chicago by Deluxe Mini-Coach for up to 12 guests

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Private Guided Tour of Chicago - Deluxe Coach for 12 - International Languages

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Panoramic & Scenic Chicago Tour

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Travel through the North side of Chicago and see the main business section. Tour the famous '&#3...

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Wrigley Field, Chicago

Home to Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs, the Wrigley Field is the city's beloved sporting mecca.

Home to Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs, the Wrigley Field is the city's beloved sporting mecca. Built in 1914, the stadium exudes an old-world charm with its ivy-covered brick outfield wall, red marquee over the main entrance, and hand-turned scoreboard. The atmosphere is electric during games, with the stadium being packed to its capacity of 41,268 spectators. If you would like to take a peek at what goes on behind the scenes, there are tours available too. Non-game day tours take visitors around the seating bowl, press box, Budweiser bleachers, clubhouse, Cubs' dugout, and field. Game day tours are conducted around the seating bowl, upper deck, Budweiser bleachers, Jim Beam patio, and field.


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About Wrigley Field

 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 773-404-2827

 chicago.cubs.mlb.com

Wrigley Field and Nearby Sights on Map

iO Chicago

iO is the puppy mill of improv comedy: its training center churns out graduates at a rapid pace, and most are given the brief honor of performing unpaid on its two stages (both of which have bars) until there are more grads to rotate in

Metro Chicago

Chicago's foremost rock venue, although other genres like electronic and hip hop figure in the lineup as well

Music Box

Chicago's foremost source of cinematic delight, with two screens for classic and world-premiere independent movies and the occasional mini-festival

The Vic

The Vic hosts the Brew and View, a second-run movie theater with cheap Miller beer, and turns into a good concert venue on other nights - not dissimilar to the Metro in size or sound quality, but there are seats

Wunders Cemetery

Overshadowed by the magnificent Graceland Cemetery across the street in Uptown, the smaller, slightly overgrown Wunders was established in 1859 and features some intriguing monuments, with more of a forgotten-by-time atmosphere than its more famous neighbor

Stage Left Theater

One of the mainstays of Chicago's storefront theater since 1982, Stage Left hosts everything: new works of social, political, intently serious drama are balanced out by manic rough drafts of new comedies by guest ensembles

Graceland Cemetery

The Graceland Cemetery is a large Victorian era cemetery and arboretum spread over 119 acres in the north side community area of Uptown

The Playground

The Playground has a few things going for it: the perfect location for beginning or ending the night with a show, a BYOB liquor license, and a non-profit co-op structure that makes the performers here some of the most enthusiastic and committed you'll find

Briar Street Theater

The Chicago home of the nationally famed performance art Blue Man Group

Schuba's

One of Chicago's landmark venues for cool music