If you're referring to Wrigley Field for Cub games, if you're walking you can only go along the perimeter of the outside of the stadium, you can't see in. To see the stadium itself you have to purchase a ticket and then you're assigned a seat. You're free to walk around but cannot go on the field itself. Security is all around! Parking is available in the area, fees vary. If you want to take a tour, guided tours are offered on game days and non-game days starting in March. NON-GAME DAY TOURS: Guided tours may include visits to the seating bowl, press box, bleachers, visitor’s clubhouse, Cubs’ clubhouse, Cubs’ dugout, as well as a chance to step on the field. GAME DAY TOURS: Guided tours may include visits to the seating bowl, press box, bleachers, indoor batting cage, as well as a chance to step on the field. Game Day Tours will NOT visit the clubhouses, but will instead visit our indoor batting cage and enter the ballpark before gates open to experience the excitement of a game day at Wrigley Field. Google any Wrigley Field tour!
Alejandrina Hi there! Thanks for the details, that's exactly what we looking for.the tours on no game day. · (1 like)
mare I figured that's what you were looking for, I would say Wrigley Field is one of the most popular tourist sites. Just one thing, if you're driving get there at least an hour or more before the game starts, it gets really busy in that area with traffic.!