Soldier Field Seating Chart and Soldier Field Parking Information

This is the Chicago Bears "Stadium in the Park. The historic and legendary Soldier Field. Located below is theSoldier Field seating chart along with directions and parking information to help you with your trip. View photographs of Chicago Bears history that is on display at the stadium, including a tribute to George Halas.

Chicago Soldier Field
Photo courtesy of Mark Williams

Soldier Field was orignally built in 1922 and opened in 1924. It was renovated in 2002-2003 and later called "The Eye Sore on Lake Shore" by the Chicago Tribune, while the New York Times called it one of the five best new buildings of 2003. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan it seats approximately 61,500 fans.

Getting To Soldier Field

Chicago Bears History

If you don't want the hassle of driving in Chicago traffic, especially on game day, you might want to consider taking the train or bus. Take a look here at Chicago's Regional Transit Authority website with information on the Metra (train) and CTA (bus) services to get to Soldier Field.

The stadium is located at 1410 S. Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, IL 60605.

Driving from I-55:
Take I-55, the Stevenson Expressway, northbound to Lake Shore Drive/Highway 41 North. Take LSD north to the 18th Drive exit.

Driving from I-290:
Take I-290, the Eisenhower Expressway, east to Congress Parkway. Take Congress Parkway to Columbus Drive. Turn right and take Columbus Drive south to the 18th Drive exit.

Driving from I-90/94:
Take I-90/94, the Dan Ryan Expressway, north to the Lake Shore Drive/22nd street exit. Stay to the right and exit to LSD. Take LSD/Highway 41 north to the 18th Drive exit.

Driving from I-94:
Take I-94, the Kennedy Expressway, south to the Congress Parkway exit. Follow Congress Parkway to Columbus Drive. Turn right on Columbus Drive and follow Columbus south to the 18th Drive exit.

Chicago Bears History

Originally called the Decatur Staley's in 1920, the team's name was changed to the Chicago Staley's in 1921 before being renamed in 1922 to the Chicago Bears and the rest is history. The Chicago Bears played their first game in their first home and the current home of the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on Chicago's north side. Their head coach was George Halas. In 1971, the Chicago Bears moved into Soldier Field.

Chicago Bears History
Photo courtesy of Mark Williams

Inside of Soldier Field are display's filled with the rich history of the Chicago Bears and Soldier Field

Soldier Field Seating Chart
Soldier Field Seating Chart
Chicago Bears StadiumPhoto courtesy of Mark Williams

Soldier Field Parking

Soldier Field is located close to many of the famous museums in downtown Chicago. The closest parking to the north of the stadium is in the north garage and Field Museum parking lots. To the south is the Waldron garage and south lot. 

Further away to the east is parking near the Adler Planetarium on Solidarity Drive and Lynn White Drive.

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