Soldier Field Stadium

Soldier Field
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Soldier Field is the stadium of the Chicago Bears NFL and the Chicago Fire.  It is one of the oldest stadiums in the country built in the 1920's and one of the first stadiums to cater to more than just football events featureing such events as the Rolling Stones rock concert, rodeos, circuses, stock car races.  In 2003, through innovative revamping and architecture, this historical stadium was metamorphosed into a world-class stadium showing it's new face to all on September 29th.

Directions to Soldier's Field:
Soldier's Field is located near Chicago's downtown and Museum Campus at 1410 S. Museum Campus Drive.

Public Transportation
The RTA Travel Information Center provides scheduling information for all CTA, Metra and PACE services. For information, please call 312.836.7000 or visit

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

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