Mar 08 2013
Wrigley Field has been the home ballpark of the Chicago Cubs since 1916. It has hosted several World Series but it has yet to see the Cubs win the World Series. The rooftops of buildings located around the park offer the best view of games happening in the field. Since 1914, these rooftops became bleacher sections where enterprising building owners charged people and often would have cookouts on the rooftops while watching the games. Formal seating structures did not appear until the 1980s and in 2004; eleven of these rooftops have received official endorsement from the Chicago Cubs.
The Wrigley Field Rooftop Club offers the best view among these rooftop structures. It is one of the closest to the home plate and boasts of being even closer than a lot of the seats inside Wrigley field. With its upgraded facilities that occupy 9,000 square feet of space on three levels, namely, the Rooftop Level, the Stadium Club and the MVP Suite, they offer some of the finest seats overlooking the field. A single Cubs rooftop ticket can be booked through their website or a group of 50 or more can book a private space without booking the entire facility. The MVP Suite brings your game-watching to a whole new level with its five-star amenities, luxurious furnishings and even your personal bartender. Be right in the heart of the action. Watch the game from the Wrigley Field Rooftop Club.