8 Things to Do with Kids in Chicago’s Wrigleyville Neighborhood

If you’ve ever watched the Chicago Cubs on TV, then you’ve seen fans celebrating in Wrigleyville, the neighborhood on Chicago’s north side that’s home to the Cubs’ ballpark, Wrigley Field. While Wrigleyville is a hard-partying area filled with bars and rowdy fans, there are still fun things to do with kids there. It’s gonna get even more family-friendly soon, because the Cubs owners plan to add an ice rink and family movie nights.

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The famous Wrigley Field sign

Wrigley Field is where the Chicago Cubs play, and the north side neighborhood around it is affectionately known as “Wrigleyville.” Here are some family-friendly things to do there:

1. Take a photo in front of the famous Wrigley Field marquee

This is a must-do. The red sign, on the corner of Clark and Addison, has been in front of this historic ballpark since the 1930s.

2. Bring

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