Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, was built in 1914 and remains one of the most famous ballparks in America to this day. Known for it’s iconic ivy-covered outfield walls (which were first planted in 1937!) and hand-turned scoreboard (one of the last in the country!), Wrigley Field is so dedicated to tradition that they refused to host night games by refusing to install field spotlights until 1988, when Major League Baseball officials threatened to ban the park from hosting postseason games! Despite it’s beauty and rich history, Wrigley Field has never seen the Cubs win a World Series—the last time they did so was in 1908, before the park was even built! No matter who your “home team” is, it’s hard not to root for the Cubbies to break this bad luck streak—will you be in the stands to witness it?