Activities & Resources
Wrigley Field050in Chicago, IL 60613
about Wrigley Field:
Babe Ruth made history at Wrigley Field with his famous "called shot," pointing to a spot in the bleacher section and then hitting a home run. It's where Ernie Banks made his 500th career home run. And Pete Rose's 4,191 career hit (tying him with Ty Cobb for the most hits) happened at Wrigley.
Food vendors serve up hotdogs, brats, nachos, pretzels, sunflower seeds, and peanuts. Specialty stands provide more unconventional ballpark food. Guests may bring food into the park, but bottles and cans are not allowed.
Tickets may be ordered at the window, online at www.tickets.com, or by calling 1.800.THECUBS.
Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card, American Express, or cash are accepted.
Those in search of souvenirs can visit the gift shops, which offer a wide variety of memorabilia and clothing.
Strollers are allowed. Bathrooms can be crowded but changing tables are available.
During the season, the Wrigley Field ticket office is open for business from 9am-5pm (CST) Mon-Fri, and Sat from 9am-4pm, and is open through the seventh inning of weekend games. Off-season ticket office hours are 9am-5pm (CST) Mon-Fri.
Check out the Cubs' website for seating and ticket information. Pick up tickets early, since the ticket window tends to get mobbed on game days.