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Wrigley Field Introduction

One of the most historic sports stadiums in the world, Wrigley Field baseball park in Chicago is an iconic American institution renowned for its ballpark atmosphere, unpredictable wind patterns, and classic design. Home to Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs, the park is the anchor of Wrigleyville, also known as the Central Lakeview neighborhood, and has been hosting baseball games, sporting events, and concerts since it opened in 1914. Seating over 40,000 fans, it features a distinctive ivy-covered outfield wall, hand-operated scoreboard, and panoramic views. It's been immortalized in movies, TV shows, and animated comedies including The Simpsons and Family Guy.

Hotels near Wrigley Field

There’s a broad range of budget-friendly hotels close to Wrigley Field, most within walking distance of the park. You’ll find plenty of family-friendly, 3-star properties, as well as inns, hostels, and B&Bs. For 4- and 5-star hotels with pools, spas, and dining, you can head to areas like the Gold Coast in downtown Chicago. The best time to visit for a hotel bargain is in the spring and fall when the weather is warm and the crowds are manageable. Summer is Chicago’s peak tourist and festival season. If you don’t mind severe cold, you’ll find low hotels rates in winter.

Where to stay near Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is in Wrigleyville, a bustling, sports-oriented neighborhood in the North side community of Lake View. It’s a popular spot for both sports fans and partygoers, full of bars, clubs, restaurants, and music venues. Between North Center and Lakeview, Roscoe Village is a family-friendly district with a small town vibe, leafy sidewalk patios, and a vibrant community of local shops and restaurants. It also offers concert venues, parks, cozy cafes, and beer gardens. The Gold Coast Historic District in Chicago’s Near North Side is a swanky urban neighborhood of mansions and high-rise buildings, luxury hotels, and upscale boutiques.

Things to see near Wrigley Field

Take a stroll to Lincoln Park, a sprawling green space with a nature museum and conservatory. It’s home to the Lincoln Park Zoo, 2 miles from Wrigley Field. About a 12-minute walk from the park you’ll find Graceland Cemetery, a 30-acre, Victorian-era cemetery with an Arboretum. For museums, art, and awe-inspiring architecture, head to downtown Chicago, 6 miles south of Wrigley Field. Here you can take in the sights of Millennium Park, browse art and design at the Art Institute of Chicago, and climb the dizzying heights of the 360 Chicago observatory in the John Hancock Center.

How to get to Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is 6 miles north of downtown Chicago. It's within 5 miles of Interstates 90 and 94, however, parking can be both expensive and hard to find during big games. The Red Line on the 'L' system has a station just one block east of Wrigley Field, and several bus routes provide convenient service to the park. Free shuttle services operate during baseball season. Biking is also a popular mode of transport with free bike-check service available at the Red Line station on Addison Street. O’Hare International Airport is 15 miles from Wrigley Field.