Wrigley Field is a great destination for those looking to experience a classic ballgame. Whether you're traveling to Chicago with the family, for work or just because, Wrigley Field offers a classic Americana baseball experience in the heart of Chicago's iconic Lakeview neighborhood.
The Cubs at Wrigley Field has been a Chicago staple since the stadium first opened in 1914. Over 100 years later, millions of strikeouts and countless references in iconic movies including Ferris Bueller's Day Off and A League of Their Own, Wrigley Field is a must for Chicago travelers. From the aroma of peanuts and Chicago-style hot dogs, to the generations of baseball fans, Wrigley Field embodies the rich history of the city while simultaneously embracing all the future holds. Let Omni Chicago Hotel connect you with the city and become a part of its history.
Things to Know Before You Go to a Cubs Game
- The area surrounding Wrigley Field, known as "Wrigleyville" is a great place to grab a bite to eat and cold draft before the game.
- The area does get crowded from both fans attending the games and locals, so allow enough time!
- Getting to the stadium from Omni Chicago Hotel is super convenient with the Red Line stop just a block away. The train runs regularly from downtown to Wrigleyville and probably your best bet as traffic can get pretty heavy.
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Chicago Sports Tour
This tour shuttles you and your friends to the top sports venues in Chicago for the ultimate photo op! You will visit historic Wrigley Field, United Center, Solider Field and US Cellular ballpark. You will end the tour at the Harry Caray's Water Tower with admission to the Chicago Sports Museum!
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Bed and Breakfast Package
Experience luxurious accommodations, and we will treat you to grab and go breakfast each morning.