Home of the Chicago Bears
Soldier Field is the current home to the Chicago Bears football team who moved in 1970 from their original home at Wrigley Field. Originally built in 1924 as Municipal Grant Park Stadium, the name was changed the following year as a dedication to fallen war veterans. Soldier Field underwent a $600 million renovation in 2003 and is now a staple of Chicago's magnificent skyline. In addition to being home of the Bears, Soldier Field's 60,000+ person capacity hosts major music concerts, college football games, international soccer games, and much more.
When the busy calendar allows, there are guided tours throughout the facility that cover the South Courtyard, "The Spirit of the American Doughboy Statue" paying homage to World War I infantrymen, the field itself where legends such as David Beckham have played, the Visitor's locker room, the skyline suites, and the exterior colonnades which are original to the 1924 structure.
Tour times varies depending on season & other events hosted at the stadium
The closest L station is Roosevelt (Red, Orange and Green lines)
There is a parking lot adjacent to the stadium for a fee, depending on the events schedule.
Public Entrance Fees
Tours must be booked online in advance
Adult – $15
Child (4 to 9) – $4
Students (ages 10+) – $10
Seniors – $7