WRIGLEY FIELD

Where Chicago - - MUSEUMS + ATTRACTIONS -

Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is the sec­ond old­est ball­park in Ma­jor League Base­ball, be­hind Bos­ton’s Fen­way Park (1912). Famed for its brick ex­te­rior and ivy-cov­ered out­field walls, Wrigley is the site of nu­mer­ous his­toric mo­ments, in­clud­ing Babe Ruth’s called shot dur­ing the 1932 World Series, and Pete Rose’s 4,191st hit in 1985, which tied him with Ty Cobb for the most hits in base­ball his­tory. Ninety-minute tours are avail­able to the pub­lic most days; call or see web­site for sched­ule. www.cubs.com 1060 W. Ad­di­son St., 773.404.2827. El: Red to Ad­di­son

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