Chicago is Covered in Cubs

W flags everywhere you look

If you live in Chicago, and you don’t live under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that Chicago has lit up with red, white and blue lights as well Chicago Cubs logos and sayings. Clearly, we’re very proud of the Cubs for making it to the World Series. We gathered images from Chicago businesses, monuments, and buildings that are decked out in Cubs décor. Everyone is flying the W!

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Art Institute Lions

Even the lions in front of the Art Institute of Chicago are showing their pride for the Chicago Cubs! Pride… get it?

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John Hancock

Celebrating BOTH Halloween and the Cubs making it to the World Series, here’s a Cubs scarecrow for ya!

A photo posted by Garrett Karp (@garrett_karp) on

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‘Paris Street’ Painting

The Art Institute comin’ at us again with their iconic ‘Paris Street’ painting, also Cubs-comin’ at us again with their iconic ‘Paris Street’ painting, also Cubs-ified.

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Daley Plaza’s Fountain

The Daley Plaza’s Fountain was dyed blue at the start of the series and will remain blue until the Cubs step foot off the field.was dyed blue at the start of the series and will remain blue until the Cubs step foot off the field.

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A photo posted by WGN News (@wgnnews) on

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The Field Museum

Have you ever seen an ancient dinosaur with a baseball jersey on? We haven’t either, but there’s a first time for everything!

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Tribune Tower

Even the Tribune Tower is flying the Cubs Win flag.

A video posted by Todd Schnick (@toddschnick) on

Girl and the Goat

This hotspot that Chicagoans love is showing love back to Chicago. Only good goats here!

A photo posted by Krista Thomas (@krista.kylen) on

Navy Pier’s Centennial Wheel

We guarantee you’ve never seen the Navy Pier ferris wheel decked out with Cubs logos before! At night it glows with blue lights.

Macy’s

The iconic landmark waves their flag on State Street. Fun fact: the original Marshall Field’s was founded 18 years before the Cubs!

Glazed and Infused

No need to feel guilty about eating a donut when you’re celebrating your team in the playoffs!

Chicago Electric Boat Company

The Chicago Electric Boat Company is showing their pride by flying the Cubs Win flag over the Chicago Riverwalk.

Ravinia Festival

Ravinia posted this photo of their statue to their Instagram to support the Cubbies.

Civic Opera House

The Civic Opera house always has fun sayings on their board… but the Cubs spirit is contagious!

Have you seen Cubs décor anywhere else? Let us know down below!

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