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This popular Chicago neighborhood may be best known as the home of the Cubs, but locals recognize the fun-filled destination about more than just baseball. Even travelers who don't have tickets to one of the big home games will find tons of ways to pass the time during a stop in Wrigleyville, whether it's on a pizza walking tour or a leisurely afternoon on a bike.
In addition to sports bars and popular pre-game restaurants, the neighborhood is home to several interesting shops to pop your head into. With easy access via public transportation, visitors will find getting in and out of Wrigleyville a breeze.
The neighborhood is bordered on the east by Halsted Street, Roscoe Street to the south, Byron Street to the north and to the west by Ashland Avenue. It is accessible using the red and blue lines, as well as the 8, 22, 152 buses.
Address: Chicago, Illinois, USA
1 Tours and Activities to Experience Wrigleyville
Tour Chicago's sights aboard a luxury coach and enjoy some Chicago-style deep-dish pizza on this 5.5-hour guided tour. Visit sites like the Hancock Tower, the Lincoln Park Conservatory and the Loop. Pass through neighborhoods such as Wrigleyville, Lincoln Park and Gold Coast. Top off your tour with a visit to one of Chicago's most popular pizza restaurants to sample the famous Chicago-style deep dish pizza.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
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