It's the National League's oldest ballpark — now your groups can go behind the scenes of the Cubs' historic Wrigley Field with a tour that lets them be a part of 98 years of baseball history. Batter up!

Tour schedule and book a tour online. 


Tell your groups to grab a baseball cap and get ready to go behind the scenes of Wrigley Field, rain or shine. On these guided tours, stops typically include the following spots:

  • Cubs' clubhouse (non-game day only), where great ball players of the past and present prepare for on-field battles
  • Visitor's clubhouse (non-game day only), the same room where legends like Babe Ruth, Willie Mays and Roberto Clemente have sat
  • Seating bowl, where groups learn the storied history of Wrigley Field
  • Press box, where groups view the grounds from the best seats in the house
  • Bleachers, offering another one of Wrigley's trademark views from behind the ivy
  • Cubs' dugout, where groups can "grab some pine" like the pros
  • The field itself, providing a unique vantage point that few have experienced


To book, call 773-404-4734.
To plan your own tour for a group, turn to one of two incredible specialty tours:

  • Private Tour: Arrange a private tour for your group through the Friendly Confines, complete with their own personal tour guide. You can even personalize the experience with a scoreboard message or lunch at the park.
  • Living Legend Tour: It doesn't get more VIP than this! To arrange a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience for your groups, consider booking a Living Legend Tour — led by a former Cubs player. It's the only way for fans to hear the stories from the players who lived them firsthand. An after-tour autograph session tops off the truly memorable experience.


20-guest minimum; Mon.–Fri. 
To book, call 773-404-4734.
For the youngest baseball fans, kids' tours take the cake. They are similar to the daily tours, but designed to knock the socks off this younger audience. Tours include:

  • Interactive Educational Tour: The perfect way for students to learn about the sights and sounds of this celebrated ballpark.
  • Camp Wrigley Tour: Summer camps can't get enough of this tour, which gives them a rip-roaring day exploring Wrigley Field.
  • Youth Group Tour: Youth sports teams and Boy and Girl Scout Troops especially enjoy showing up to the ballpark in their uniforms for a picture-perfect photo op.

Book a tour online.

Tour Pricing:
Groups of 20+: $23/ticket
Groups of 50+: $20/ticket
School groups, camp groups, youth sports teams, Boy & Girl Scout Troops: $10/ticket
Children under age 2: Free

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