Wrigley Field, architecture, art, and more in a great Chicago neighborhood. Wrigleyville is the neighborhood around the "friendly confines" of Wrigley Field, home of the hapless Chicago Cubs. This legendary National League team has fans around the world despite not having played in a World Series since 1945 and not having won a World Series in more than 100 years. Even if you're visiting when the Cubs are out of town, or during baseball's October-March off season, Wrigleyville is a worth a visit. This easy walking tour will show off one of Wrigleyville's hidden architectural gems. Clark Street is one of the great sightseeing streets in Chicago, so take a stroll in the urban atmosphere where hippies, punks, comics, artists and urban professionals all mix it up together.