Tour the Historic Wrigley Field When You Stay at Sonesta ES Suites Chicago-Lombard

If you are a baseball fan traveling to the Chicago area, Wrigley Field is a must-see attraction you can put on your list. This baseball park opened in 1914 and is home to the Chicago Cubs, the 2016 World Series champions. The ballpark is the second oldest in the country, and certain elements, like the ivy-covered walls and manual scoreboard, are still around to remind you of Wrigley’s history and charm.

Those in the Chicago area can participate in one of the daily tours at Wrigley Field to get a more in-depth view of this iconic ballpark. Tours are 75-90 minutes in length and are $25 a person.

Here’s what you can expect to see if you are touring Wrigley Field on a game day:

  • Field
  • Jim Beam Patio
  • Seating bowl
  • Upper deck
  • Budweiser Bleachers

If you visit on a non-game day, your tour will include:

  • Cub’s dugout
  • Visitors’ clubhouse
  • Field
  • Budweiser Bleachers
  • Seating bowl
  • Press box

Wrigley Field tours are a must for those looking to get a full understanding of life in Chicago. You will hear plenty of stories from your knowledgeable tour guide, and these stories are sure to give you a better appreciation for the stadium and the history of baseball.

After your tour of Wrigley Field, come back and settle in for a night at Sonesta ES Suites Chicago-Lombard. Our luxurious suites are sure to make the perfect home away from home during your stay in Chicago thanks to our convenient location, fully-equipped kitchens in every suite, and free high-speed wireless internet to keep you connected. To book your stay, follow this link. For questions or more information, please contact us today.

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