Top 5 Must Do's at Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field in Chicago is not only the legendary home of the Chicago Cubs, it is one of the city's iconic landmarks. Built in 1914, Wrigley Field has hosted the Cubs for almost 100 years this season. So come out celebrate a century of exciting baseball at this world-famous ball yard in the heart of the Windy City. Wrigley Field has had its share of incredible moments as well! Wrigley Field is the home of Babe Ruth's "called shot" homer to the bleachers during the 1932 World Series, Gabby Hartnett's famous "Homer in the Gloamin" in 1938, Pete Rose's 4,191st career hit, which tied him with Ty Cobb for the most hits in baseball, and Sammy Sosa's 60th home runs in 1998, 1999, and 2001.
If you're visiting Chicago during baseball season, put Wrigley Field on your "see list" and experience the aura of this classic ballpark.
Our Top Five "Must Do's" at Wrigley Field Include:
1.) See a Chicago Cubs baseball game- The Chicago Cubs play home games from March through September, unless they make the postseason!
2.) Tour Wrigley Field- Get a behind-the scenes look at 100 years of history at this famous Chicago attraction. Guided tours are offered on game and non-game days starting in March
3.) See Batting Practice- Get to Wrigley Field two hours before the game and see the Cubs batting practice from the batting tunnel under the Budweiser Bleachers in right field. Gates open two hours prior to game time.
4.) Eat a famous Chicago Hot Dog- No trip to Chicago and Wrigley Field is complete without a tasty Chicago-style hot dog at the ballpark with all the fixings. An ice cold beer is a nice touch!
5.) Wall of Fame- See legendary Cubs players from throughout the years honored on the Cubs Hall of Fame on the main concourse!