Last updated on October 19th, 2023 at 07:43 am
Wrigley Field is the home of the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs baseball team out in Wrigleyville. The exact address of the ballpark on the north side of Chicago is 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60657. Outside of hosting MLB games, the venue hosts numerous events throughout the year.
Here is the guide to Wrigley Field parking below.
How Much is Parking at Wrigley Field?
If you are looking for cheaper parking options around Wrigley Field, consider using that SpotHero listing above. For most regular season games, you can expect to pay around $20 for a parking spot. However, concerts, opening day, playoff games, and other big events will see the unofficial parking spot rates increase. It is best to book your parking spot ahead of time to ensure you have a parking space before they all sellout for that game.
Also, be aware that street parking around Wrigley Field may have permit zone only parking signs. Be sure to read the signs on the street before parking your car to ensure you are able to park in that area and not get a ticket.
Is there Handicap Parking Spots at Wrigley Field?
ADA parking spaces are available in the parking lots that surround Wrigley field, but spaces fill up quickly. If you are looking for ADA parking spaces directly at Wrigley Field, you should call the 1-800-The-Cubs to speak with someone about securing one of those parking spaces. One tip is to call a week or two before your match or event to ensure you get ADA parking for your event.
Fans can also use SpotHero to reserve a handicap parking space before driving to the venue. Finally, fans will need to present a valid parking pass to leave their vehicles in handicap parking spaces.
Is there Tailgating in the Parking Lots at Wrigley Field?
There is no tailgating in the parking lots at Wrigley Field, but many fans visit the local bars before a game. Some fan favorite bars include Murphy’s Bleachers, Bernie’s Tap and Grill, and Cubby Bear. Finally, fans also like to visit The Sports Corner Bar and Grill, Hush Money, Budweiser Brickhouse Tavern, and the Dugout too.
Should I Take Public Transportation?
Fans in the suburbs can take Pace’s Wrigley Field Express Route nonstop to Wrigley Field for Cubs games. Fans can also use the Red Line, Green Line, or Purple Line subway lines to get to the baseball stadium.
Along with taking the train to the game, fans can also bike to Wrigley Field. There is a free bike valet service on Addison Street where they can leave their bike. From there, fans can bring their helmet into the venue.
Finally, fans can use Uber and Lyft to get to and from the arena.
Greg Kristan, owner of The Stadium Reviews, LLC and TM Blast, LLC, brings his extensive experience visiting over half of the MLB ballparks, along with numerous MLS, NHL, NBA, and NFL venues, to provide in-depth coverage on the bag policy, food options, and parking. He has also been interviewed about his experiences on several sports podcasts.