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 baseball history.
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, you’ll typically get a chance to explore:
- 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 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.
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. Discounted group rates are available Mon.–Fri. These 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 by phone at (773) 388-8270 or book a tour online.