Soldier Field, 1410 S. Museum Campus Dr., is home to the National Football League's Chicago Bears. One of the league's smallest venues, the stadium originally opened in 1924 as a tribute to American servicemen who died in World War I. Controversial renovations in 2003 included the addition of a 66,944-seat stadium built within—and rising above—the shell of the old structure, but the original neoclassical colonnades of the exterior remain.
A guided tour takes guests to the field, south courtyard, grand concourse, Skyline Suite and visiting team locker room.
Guided tours are available.