Stroll through the home of the Chicago Cubs and get the chance to see what happens behind the scenes of the Friendly Confines. Learn the storied history of Wrigley Field or observe the grounds from the best views in the house. Guided tours are offered on game days and non-game days starting in March.
NON-GAME DAY TOURS: Guided tours may include visits to the seating bowl, press box, bleachers, visitor’s clubhouse, Cubs’ clubhouse, Cubs’ dugout, as well as a chance to step on the field.
GAME DAY TOURS: Guided tours may include visits to the seating bowl, press box, bleachers, indoor batting cage, as well as a chance to step on the field. Game Day Tours will NOT visit the clubhouses, but will instead visit our indoor batting cage and enter the ballpark before gates open to experience the excitement of a game day at Wrigley Field.
NON-GAMEDAY IVY TOURS:
New this year, fans can join us on our non-gameday Ivy Tours! In addition to visiting the seating bowl, press box, Budweiser Bleachers, visitors’ clubhouse and the Cubs’ dugout, fans will have the opportunity to take a photo in front of Wrigley Field’s historic ivy wall.
Please note Ivy Tour dates are only available from June through September.
All tour stops and locations are subject to availability. Gameday tours will NOT visit the clubhouses, but will instead enter the ballpark before gates open to experience the excitement of a gameday at Wrigley Field. Reminder: Wrigley Field is an active construction site. Please dress and plan accordingly. Specific tour routes are established each day based on events and activities in the ballpark.
Length of a Daily Tour
This is a 75-90 minute guided tour. Tours are outdoor walking tours (approximately 1 mile) conducted in rain or shine. Please dress accordingly.
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