Tour of Wrigleyville and Wrigley Field: Know Your Ballpark

Don JulioContributor IIIApril 9, 2017

Our next stop on our "Know Your Ballpark" tour was Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.

 

Wrigley Field Tour

Wrigley is a true baseball fan's ballpark. We were fortunate enough to take the Wrigley Field tour with our guide John. Anyone can take the tour, and it's definitely a staple of baseball history. If you are ever in Chicago, it's a tour not to miss. 

 

The Cubby Bear

After the ballpark tour we hit the surrounding town of Wrigleyville before the game. The Cubby Bear is right across the street from the red marquee and features tons of HDTVs to catch the game and multiple stories, so it never feels too packed. 

 

Murphy's Bleachers

Next we swung by Murphy's Bleachers outside, the opposite side of the ballpark. My buddy Feldy showed me all around, from the food to the upstairs bleachers where you can catch a ballgame with an outstanding view.  

 

Sluggers

I ended my tour of Wrigleyville at Sluggers, a sports bar tons of memorabilia and interactive games. From the dueling pianos to the batting cages, Sluggers is a place where fans come before and after the game. 

All in all it was a great time in Chicago. Wrigley Field was a blast and you can't go bored in Wrigleyville, a true baseball fan's home. 

 

About Don Julio and Know Your Ballpark: This summer, Bleacher Report and Don Julio have teamed up to get you to “Know Your Ballpark” and know your tequila! You can learn about all thirty ballparks by clicking here.

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