Chicago Attractions

Adler Planetarium

1300 N. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL
312.922.7827
adlerplanetarium.org

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line to downtown (toward Forest Park), and get off at Jackson. Walk one block east to State Street and catch #146 (southbound) Bus (or the #130 Museum Campus bus mid-May through Labor day) to the Museum Campus.

Driving: Drive east on Webster and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Travel on the expressway for 3.4 miles. Exit at Congress Parkway (290 Eisenhower East changes into Congress Parkway). Follow Congress until it dead ends at Columbus (Buckingham Fountain). Take a right on Columbus and it will merge into Lake Shore Drive. Take South Lake Shore Drive (US-41) past Grant Park. Continue south until the 18th street Exit. Turn left on 18th street and continue as it bends left, becoming Museum Campus Drive.

Parking:   www.adlerplanetarium.org/visit/directions/
All Museum Campus parking lots are owned by the Chicago Parks District and managed by Standard Parking. The Adler does not have control over pricing. Rates can vary due to activities such as football games, concerts, and other special events. Check the Soldier Field and Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island schedules for upcoming events.

Surface lot parking for the Adler Planetarium is available in the Planetarium lot on Lynn White Drive just off of Solidarity Drive. The Planetarium lot is the most convenient parking location for customers visiting the Adler Planetarium or for people attending an event at the Lakefront Pavilion at Northerly Island.

If the Planetarium lot is full, the North garage provides underground parking for 2,500, and is located near the Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Children’s Garden, Gold Star Memorial Park and Burnham Harbor. The main entrance to the North garage is located on Museum Campus Drive with a second entrance from McFetridge Drive. In addition to the North garage, additional parking is available near the Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium in the East Museum surface lot. The entrance to the lot is located on Museum Campus Drive.

On Chicago Bears’ home game days all Museum Campus parking has been pre–sold by the Chicago Park District to game ticket holders. During other major events at Soldier Field, Museum Campus–area parking lots may be unavailable to museum visitors.

More information about parking on special event days can be found on soldierfieldparking.com

Art Institute of Chicago

111 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL
312.443.3600
artic.edu

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park  and get off at Monroe, walk three blocks east to Michigan Ave. and turn right. The Art Institute will be on the left (east) side of the street at the corner of Michigan & Adams.

Driving: Travel East on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Continue on the Expressway for 3.4 miles, then exit at Ohio St. Follow Ohio St. about 1 mile to Michigan Ave. Turn right on Michigan Ave. and drive about a mile. The Art Institute will be on the left (east) side of the street at the corner of Michigan & Adams. I recommend parking in the Millennium Park parking garage, which is easily accessible from the center of Michigan Ave.

 

Brookfield Zoo

3300 Golf Road, Brookfield, IL
708.485.0263
brookfieldzoo.org

Public Transportation: It would be about a $25 Uber ride for this 10 mile trip. It is possible to make it there using public transportation, but involves two trains, a bus and two walks.  So if you are still determined to save the earth, walk to the Western stop on the Blue line and get on the train headed towards Forest Park. Transfer at  Clark & Lake for the Pink Line heading toward 54th & Cermak.  Get off at the end of the line at 54th & Cermak and transfer to the Pace bus #304.  Get off the Pace bus at 31 stand 1st Ave. and walk 0.2 miles west to the Zoo Entrance.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on 90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Take the I-290 W exit 51H-I to West Suburbs/Chicago Loop—go 9.7 miles.  Take exit 20 to 1st Ave., and then turn left at S 1st Ave. Continue on 1st Ave.  Turn right at Ridgewood then quickly bear right at Washington Ave.  Finally, turn right at Golf Rd and go 0.2 miles to the entrance.

 

Downtown (The Loop)

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park (away from O’Hare) and get off at any stop between Clark and LaSalle.

Driving: Drive east on Webster and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Travel on the expressway 3.4 miles. Downtown exits start at Ohio St. (River North, Navy Pier and Magnificent Mile), and east bound exits are Washington (100N), Monroe (100S), Jackson (300S), and Congress (500S). I-290 Eisenhower East changes into Congress Street.

Parking: There are parking garages all over downtown. Metered street parking in the Loop is extremely hard to find and expensive — $2.00 every 15 minutes and 2hr maximum time you can park. North of the Loop around the Michigan Ave / Magnificent Mile area street parking is also very tough east of Michigan and west of Michigan is a little better.

 

Field Museum of Natural History

1400 S Lake Shore Dr. Chicago, IL
312.922.9410
fieldmuseum.org

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park, and get off at Jackson. Walk one block east to State Street and catch #146 (southbound) Bus (or the #130 Museum Campus bus mid-May through Labor day) to the Museum Campus. Get off at the Field Museum.

Driving: Drive east on Webster and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Travel on the expressway for 3.4 miles. Exit at Congress (I-290 Eisenhower East changes into Congress). Follow Congress until it dead ends at Columbus (Buckingham Fountain). Take a right on Columbus and it will merge into Lake Shore Drive. Take Lake Shore Drive (US-41) South past Grant Park. Continue south until the 18th street Exit. Turn left on 18th street and continue as it bends left, becoming Museum Campus Drive.

Parking:   www.fieldmuseum.org/visit/parking

All Museum Campus parking is owned, controlled, and priced by the Chicago Park District. It is managed by Standard Parking. Rates and hours are subject to change without notice. Rates are typically higher during sporting or other entertainment events.

At times, the Museum Campus is host to a variety of concerts, sporting events, and other entertainment and special events, which can affect traffic and parking. For current parking rates, visit Soldier Field Parking. Check the Soldier Fieldand at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island schedules for more information.

Designated accessible parking is available in every lot.

The Soldier Field North Garage is open from 5am to 5pm daily, and is accessible via the main entrance on Museum Campus Drive. Parked cars can always leave after closing hours, but overnight parking is not allowed.

Daily parking rates are $19 for the first 4 hours, or $22 for up to 12 hours. Parking rates and hours in all lots are subject to change without notice.

The East Museum lot is located on the east side of The Field Museum. This lot is open from 9am – 3pm daily, and is accessible via the main entrance on Museum Campus Drive.

Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District

951 Chicago Ave. Oak Park, IL
708.848.1976
wrightplus.org 

Public Transportation: Walk to the Western stop on the Blue line and get on the train headed towards Forest Park.  Get off at Clark and transfer to a Green Line train heading towards Harlem/Lake.  Get off at Oak Park, the second from the last stop.  Walk north on Oak Park Ave. until you reach Chicago Ave.  Take a left (west) on Chicago and walk to 951 Chicago Ave.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on 90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway).  Take the I-290 West exit 51H-I to West Suburbs. Then take the IL-43 exit 21B. Turn right at Harlem Ave / South Harlem Ave. Continue on North Harlem. Turn right at Chicago Ave., and then turn right at Forest Ave.

 

Garfield Park Conservatory

300 N. Central Park Avenue Chicago, IL
312.746.5100
garfield-conservatory.org/
A free conservatory adjacent to Garfield Park that boasts 6 greenhouses and a variety of special events, classes, and workshops.

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park and transfer to the Green Line towards Harlem, and exit at the Conservatory station.

Driving: Head south on Leavitt and turn right onto Armitage Ave.  Turn left onto Western and head south until you hit Chicago Ave, about 1.5 miles. Turn right onto W. Chicago Ave and head another 1.5 miles before turning left onto N Central Park Ave.  Stay on Central Park Ave, and the Conservatory will be on the right.

 

Grant Park

337 E. Randolph St. Chicago, IL
312.742.7648
chicagoparkdistrict.com
This is where all the downtown festivals are held. Many other events take place here, including Summer Movies on Tuesday nights (see Millennium Park Info).

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park and get off at Washington, walk three blocks east to Michigan Ave.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Continue on the expressway for 3.4 miles, then exit at Ohio St. Follow Ohio St. about 1 mile to Michigan Ave. Turn right on Michigan Ave and go 3/4 of a mile, and you will find the park on the left (east) side of the street starting at the corner of Michigan & Randolph. I recommend parking in the Grant Park parking garage, which is easily accessible from the center of Michigan Ave.

 

Lincoln Park Zoo

2200 N. Cannon Drive Chicago, IL
312.742.2000
lpzoo.org
A free zoo open daily from 10-4:30 pm.

Public Transportation: Take the Armitage bus (73) east (towards the lake) and get off at Clark and Wisconsin.  Once off the bus head southeast on Clark St and look for signs.  The zoo is located in the park.

Driving: Head east on Webster Ave. to Damen Ave.  Take a left onto Damen until you reach Fullerton Ave. Take a right onto Fullerton and follow it east until you reach Lincoln Park. Turn right onto N Cannon Drive, and the zoo will be on your right. Parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood or in a pay-lot.


The Loop (Downtown)

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park (away from O’Hare) and get off at any stop between Clark and LaSalle.

Driving: Drive east on Webster and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Travel on the Expressway for 3.4 miles. Downtown exits start at Ohio St. (River North, Navy Pier and Magnificent Mile), and East Bound exits are Washington (100N), Monroe (100S), Jackson (300S), and Congress (500S) 290 Eisenhower East changes into Congress street.

Parking: There are parking garages all over downtown. Metered street parking in the Loop is extremely hard to find and expensive — $2.00 every 15 minutes and 2hr maximum time you can park. North of the Loop around the Michigan Ave / Magnificent Mile area street parking is also very tough east of Michigan and west of Michigan is a little better

Magnificent Mile

312.409.5560
themagnificentmile.com 
Spans Michigan Ave. between the Chicago River (~400 North) and Oak Street (1000 north). Oak Street, between Michigan Ave and Rush St., is Chicago’s Rodeo Dr.

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line to downtown and get off at Washington, walk three blocks east to Michigan Ave. and turn left. The Magnificent Mile officially starts four blocks north once you cross the Chicago River. You can also take the Blue Line to Clark and transfer onto the Red Line, then take the Red Line going north toward Howard, getting off at either Grand or Chicago. From either Red Line stop you walk east towards Lake Michigan to get to Michigan Ave (the Magnificent Mile).

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Continue on the expressway for 3.4 miles, then exit at Ohio St. Follow Ohio St. about 1 mile to Michigan Ave. You will be in the middle of the Magnificent Mile.

Parking: Most of the parking garages are also west of Michigan Ave. Parking is usually $15 minimum to as much as $45 for a few hours. You might find metered street parking to the west, but it is extremely difficult to find any metered street parking east of Michigan Ave.  Metered parking is $2.00 every 15 minutes, maximum 2 hours (not a typo – $16.00 to park two hours at a downtown meter.

 

 

McCormick Place

2301 S Lake Shore Dr. Chicago, IL
312.791.6300
mccormickplace.com

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line towards Forest Park. Get off at Clark/Lake and transfer to the Green Line toward Cottage Grove. Get off the Cermark-McCormick stop and walk 4 blocks east.

Parking: There are two main parking lots on the McCormick Place campus. Both are in close proximity and walking distance to the convention complex. Events in Lakeside Center and Arie Crown Theater designate Lot C as the primary parking location, while events in the North and South Buildings designate Lot A garage as the primary parking location. Lot C is an underground garage with 1,900 parking spaces and is located on Ft. Dearborn Drive, adjacent to the Lakeside Center. Lot A is a six level garage with an adjacent surface lot and is located directly across from the Grand Concourse/Gate 4. There are covered walkways from Lot A leading directly into McCormick Place and the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place Hotel.

Driving:
LOT A: Travel east on Webster and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Travel about 6 miles and exit at I-55 North (Stevenson Expressway) and Lake Shore Drive. Exit at Martin L. King Drive (Exit #293D) and follow signs to Lot A.
LOT C: Go east on Webster and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy). Go about 6 miles and exit I-55 North (Stevenson Expressway) and Lake Shore Drive and follow signs onto US-41 South (Lake Shore Drive). Exit at 31st St. and turn left over the Lake Shore Dr. Bridge to Ft. Dearborn Drive. Turn left and follow signs to Lot C.

 

Millennium Park

222 N Columbus Dr. Chicago, IL
312.861.9503
millenniumpark.org

In addition to being Chicago’s pride & joy, in the summertime the park hosts Tuesday movie night, as well as music and other events. Cityofchicago.org for events & schedules.

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line to towards Forest Park and get off at Washington. Walk three blocks east to Michigan Ave.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Continue on the expressway for 3.4 miles, then exit at Ohio St. Follow Ohio St. about 1 mile to Michigan Ave. Turn right on Michigan Ave. and go 3/4 of a mile and you will find the park on the left side (east) of the street starting at the corner of Michigan & Randolph. I recommend parking in the Millennium Park parking garage, which is easily accessible from the center of Michigan Ave.

 

Morton Arboretum

4100 Rte 53, Lisle, IL
630.968.0074
mortonarb.org

Open year-round, the arboretum is made up of gardens of various types and collections of trees from specific taxonomical and geographical areas.  Admission is $14 for adults, $12 for seniors and $9 for children under 2-17.  Every Wednesday features discounted admission of $9/$8/and $6 respectively.

Driving: Head east on Webster Ave and merge onto I-90 E/I-94 E.  Take exit 51H for I-290 West toward Eisenhower Expy/West Suburbs. Follow I-290 West for 13 miles and stay to the left for  I-88 West (signs for S Tollway/Aurora/I-294/W Tollway/Indiana). Stay on I-88 for 10 miles and take the IL-53 exit, turn right onto IL-53 and the Arboretum is about a mile away.

Museum of Science & Industry

57th Street and Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL
773.684.1414
msichicago.org

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park  and get off at Washington. Walk one block east (you can do this underground by following the signs to the Red Line and then exit upstairs to State St.). From State Street in downtown Chicago, there are several ways to reach the Museum by bus.
• Take the #10 Museum of Science and Industry bus which runs every day during the summer and weekends-only the rest of the year.
• Take the #2 Hyde Park Express south to 57th and Stony Island and walk 1 block east to the Museum.
• Take the #6 Jackson Park Express bus south to 56th Street and walk 1 block south to the Museum.
• Take the #28 Stony Island Express south to 56th and Hyde Park Boulevard and walk 1 block south to the Museum.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Exit at the Stevenson/Lake Shore Drive exit and stay to the left. Follow the signs to Lake Shore Drive. Head south on Lake Shore Drive and turn right onto 57th Street. Get in the left lane and follow 57th Street around to the Museum’s west side. Turn left to enter the Museum’s underground garage.

 

Navy Pier

600 E Grand Ave. Chicago, IL
312.595.7437
navypier.com

Public Transportation Option 1:  Take the Blue line toward Forest Part and exit at Chicago Ave and catch the eastbound Chicago Ave bus (#66) right to Navy Pier.

Public Transportation Option 2: (If you also want to walk around downtown a little bit)  Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park and exit at Washington. Walk one block east. At State Street catch the #29 Bus (north) or seasonally you may be able to catch a Navy Pier Free Trolley Service. They are sometimes crowded, and very spotty service. chicagoonthecheap.com/free-chicago-trolleys/

Keep in mind that if your taking the Blue Line downtown, the extra ride on the #29 is only .25 cents. Any addition ride on a train or bus is only .25 cents for two hours from when you first got on.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (the Kennedy Expressway). Exit at Ohio St., then turn right (south) on Orleans to Illinois Street and turn left (east) and continue east on Illinois.

Parking:   navypier.org/visit/getting-here/parking-valet/
There is parking in Navy Pier, but it will sometimes fill up on busy days.  Best to reserve a spot before you go.

Oriental Institute Museum

1155 East 58th Street Chicago, IL
773.702.9514
oi.uchicago.edu/museum

Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday noon – 6pm.  A museum of Ancient Near Eastern art, history and culture with an impressive collection from Egypt, Mesopotamia, Assyria, Nubia, and Persia, with guided tours led by trained docents.  Suggested donation of $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12.

Public Transportation: Via the METRA train from downtown: From the Randolph Street Station, at Randolph Street and Michigan Ave., take the Metra Electric (ME) train south to the 57th Street stop.  Exit the station, turn right, and walk west on 57th Street for 5 blocks to Woodlawn Avenue.  Turn left, and walk one block south to 58th Street.  Turn right, and walk one block west to University Avenue.  The institute is on the southeast corner, 1155 East 58th Street.

Taking the CTA bus: Get on the Blue Line el towards downtown, and exit at Jackson.  Catch the Jackson Park Express CTA bus (#6) on State Street south to 57th Street.  Exit the bus at 57th Street, adjacent to the Museum of Science and Industry.  Walk west on 57th Street for nine blocks to University Avenue.  Turn left, and walk one block to 58th Street.  The Institute is on the southeast corner.

Taking the CTA Train:  Head downtown on the Blue line, and exit at any stop facilitating a transfer to the Red line.  Take the Red line south to Garfield Blvd. (55th Street).  Take the Garfield Blvd. bus east (approximately 10 minutes) through Washington Park into Hyde Park.  Get off the bus at university Avenue, and walk three blocks south to 58th Street.  The Institute is on the southeast corner.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (the Kennedy Expressway). Continue through downtown to the Garfield Blvd. (55th Street) exit.  Drive east on Garfield Blvd. through Washington Park, where Garfield Blvd. Becomes 55th Street.  Continue east along 55th to Woodlawn Avenue, and turn right.  Drive south on Woodlawn Avenue to 58th Street, and turn right. Continue one block to 1155 East 58th Street (left side of street), at University Avenue.  Street parking can prove difficult, and it is suggested that you use the 3-story Public Parking garage on 55th Street (Garfield Blvd.) at Ellis Ave. (stop light). This garage is free on weekends (parking costs run from 8am to 4pm weekdays).

Shedd Aquarium

1200 S. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL
312.939.2438
sheddaquarium.org

Public Transportation option 1: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park  and get off at the Washington stop. Exit the station and you will be on the corner of Washington and Dearborn. Transfer to the southbound #14 Jeffery Express bus on the corner of Washington and Dearborn and get off at the Museum Campus Bus Stop (11th & Columbus Drive). Shedd will be visible from the stop–it is a large white stone building with columns right on the shores of Lake Michigan. Walk the 0.3 miles to the aquarium from the bus stop.

  Public Transportation Option #2. Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park and get off at Jackson. Walk one block East (you can do this underground by following the signs to the Red Line and then exit upstairs to State St.) and catch #146 Bus (or the #130 Museum Campus bus mid-May through Labor day) to the Field Museum.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Continue on the expressway and exit #51H-I, the I-290 Eisenhower Expressway/Congress Pkwy.  East. After the Eisenhower becomes W. Congress Pkwy. (about half a mile), take a slight right onto E. Congress Dr. A series of quick turns follows: right onto S. Columbus Dr., left on E. Balbo Dr. Finally, take a right onto S. Lake Shore Dr. and follow the signs for Museum Campus Parking.

Parking: Limited street parking is available on Solidarity Drive. The pay-to-park boxes operate Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. They accept coins and credit cards. Parking costs $2 an hour with a 10-hour maximum. The Museum Campus also has several lots where you can park. Check here for more information about guest parking.

Soldier Field

1410 S. Museum Campus Drive Chicago, IL
312.235.7000
chicagobears.com

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line to downtown, and get off at Jackson. Walk one block east to State Street and catch #146 (southbound) Bus to the Museum Campus.

On Chicago Bears game day you can get off at Jackson and walk one block north to Randolph and then walk east past Michigan Ave. to the Millennium Park Garage and catch the free shuttle to Soldier Field.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Exit at Congress (I-290 Eisenhower East changes into Congress). Follow Congress until it dead-ends at Columbus (Buckingham Fountain). Take a right on Columbus and it will merge into Lake Shore Drive. Take Lake Shore Drive (US-41) south past Grant Park. Continue south until the 18th street exit. Turn left on 18th street and continue as it bends left, becoming Museum Campus Drive. Drop-offs are NOT allowed on game day.

Parking: Please call the Standard Parking Customer Service Hotline at (312) 583-9153 or visit ChicagoBears.com, soldierfield.net or soldierfieldparking.com for additional information. Fans are strongly encouraged to park in the East Monroe Street or Millennium Park Garages and utilize the free stadium shuttle. Free shuttles begin running from these garages four hours prior to kickoff. The shuttle is accessible from street level at upper Randolph Street, and the drop-off is at 18th Street. After the game, shuttles will be stationed at 18th Street to return fans to the East Monroe Street and Millennium Park Garages. The shuttle ride is approximately 10 minutes. Due to excessive crowds following the game, fans taking the shuttle may experience minor delays. There are also a limited number of free shuttles for the 31st Street McCormick Place Lot to and from 18th Street. We ask that our patrons be respectful of the neighborhood surrounding Soldier Field. Most of the area is residential “zone” parking and is subject to citation. Tailgating is allowed on all surface lots and on the upper level of the Waldron Deck. Drop-off and pick-up on the Museum Campus roadways is prohibited.

United Center

1901 W Madison St. Chicago, IL
312.455.4500
unitedcenter.com

Public Transportation: Walk straight out the door down Webster Ave. to Damen Ave. and catch the southbound #50 Damen Ave. bus about 3 miles to The United Center. Beware that the Damen Ave. bus does not run after about 11pm.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on I-90/94 East (the Kennedy Expressway). Exit at Madison Ave. (west) and continue about one mile. The United Center will be on your left. You can also drive straight south on Damen Ave. for about three miles and it will be on your left.

US Cellular Field

Home of the 2005 World Series Champion Chicago White Sox
333 West 35th St. Chicago, IL
312.674.1000
chicago.whitesox.mlb.com

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward 54th/Cermak Forest Park (away from O’Hare) and get off at Washington. Transfer to the Red Line (southbound) 95th/Dan Ryan train to Sox-35th St. station. Walk west one block to U.S. Cellular Field.

Driving: Travel east on Webster St. and get on the I-90/94 East (The Kennedy Expressway). Exit at 35th St. and follow traffic cop’s directions to parking.

 

Wrigley Field

Home of the 2016 WORLD CHAMPION Cubs
1060 W Addison St. Chicago, IL
773.404.2827
chicago.cubs.mlb.com

Uber / Lyft / Taxi: A good option for the 3.2 miles over to Wrigley Field. $10-$15 depending on traffic.

Public Transportation: Take the Blue Line toward Forest Park (away from O’Hare) and get off at Jackson. Transfer to the Red Line (Northbound) to Howard and get off at Addison. Wrigley is visible from the “L” stop.  You can also walk up to Fullerton Ave bus eastbound to the Red Line toward Howard and get off at Addison. Wrigley is visible from the “L” stop.

Driving: Not recommended due to parking issues. Drive east on Webster St. and take a left on Damen Ave. Drive about 2 miles to Addsion and take a right. Drive another 1.5 miles and Wrigley will be visible on your left, at the corner of Clark and Addison.

Parking: There is no official parking lot AND NO STREET PARKING around Wriggly Field during games & events. Private home’s offer parking and you might consider the on-line parking services such as spothero.com.

Shuttle Bus: You can drive to Addison & Western, park in the designated lot and take a free shuttle to the game (only available on night & weekend games, does not include Friday afternoon games).

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