Wrigley Field Tickets
Perhaps the most storied baseball field in Major League Baseball, Wrigley was built in 1914 and was originally called Weeghman Park. William Wrigley, Jr. acquired the Chicago Cubs in 1921 and it wasn’t until 1926 that the stadium became known as Wrigley Field. This historic baseball venue is the oldest in the National League, famed for its ivy covered walls and Lakeview location. The Chicago Bears played at Wrigley until 1970, but now the stadium’s 41,000 seats are just for Cubs fans, hoping the team can bring home a World Series trophy for the first time since 1908. If you’re a fan of baseball or history, it’s time to get tickets to see a game at Wrigley!