Dedicated to U.S. soldiers and home of the Chicago Bears
Welcome to the home of the Chicago Bears! Originally opened in 1924 as Municipal Grant Park Stadium, it received a new name 13 months later in 1925 to honor U.S. Soliders who had died in combat. The formal dedication took place in 1926 in the 29th annual meeting of the Army-Navy football game. The stadium has been host to a variety of sporting teams and events including two FIFA World Cups, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team, major concerts, and the Chicago Bears football team since 1971.
Built in neoclassical style, it can seat nearly 62,000 people and is situated adjacent to Chicago's beautiful lakefront museum campus.
Tour times vary 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, the parking fees are dependent on the events schedule.
Please note that tours must be booked online in advance.
Adult – $15
Child (4 to 9) – $4
Students (ages 10+) – $10
Seniors – $7