Take it from a lifelong White Sox fan, you don’t have to cheer for the Cubs to enjoy a day at Wrigley Field. Built in 1914, this ballpark is the second oldest in the entire MLB. From the ivy growing on its outfield walls to its bright red marquee, Wrigley is a Chicagoland icon like no other. Stop by the park on gameday to watch the Cubs play, grab a beer with friends or simply enjoy a long afternoon outdoors. On days when Chicago’s Northside team are out of town, the park plays serves as a concert venue, playing host to some of the biggest names in music. Oh, and if you can’t manage to find a seat inside Wrigley itself, try buying a ticket to any of the rooftop bleachers that surround the field for an especially unique baseball experience.