Come experience both the historic and modern-day journey of Soldier Field, dedicated to the men and women of the armed services and home of the Chicago Bears. Soldier Field is also host to world class concerts, college football, international soccer & rugby along with many other timeless events.

We invite you for a behind the scenes tour that includes the South Courtyard, Doughboy Statue, Field, Visitor’s Locker Room, Skyline Suite, and Colonnades. Start the tour with a historical video that takes you back to the years of Soldier Field’s Golden Age.

Watch the tour video 


Tour Stops:


VIP Tours

Get the VIP treatment at Soldier Field! Experience an exclusive tour of Soldier Field with all of the tour stops below plus a 15 minute on-field experience, and a behind-the-scenes view of the state-of-the-art video control room!


South Courtyard

The South Courtyard is a gathering place for fans before and after an event, with concessions and a garden terrace setting.

Benches line the South Concourse wall with relief images of leaves to represent fallen soldiers. They also have real medals of Honor embedded into them.


Doughboy Statue

"The Spirit of the American Doughboy" represents a World War I infantryman advancing through No Man's Land through stumps and barbed wire entanglements, his rifle in one hand and a grenade held high in the other.




This is the site of where the greatest athletes have competed - Jesse Owens, Jack Dempsey, David Beckham, Walter Payton and many more.  Get a perspective of what it's like to be a "player" from the field.  Enjoy field level views by walking along Soldier Field's 100 yards of Real Kentucky Blue Grass.


Visitor’s Locker Room

See where the Bears opponents gear up before facing the Monsters of the Midway.


Visitor’s Interview Room

Stand in front of the podium inside the Visitor’s Interview Room and feel what it’s like to give a post-game interview!


Skyline Suite

Experience Soldier Field’s largest executive suite. The Skyline Suite offers exceptional views of the field along with breathtaking views of Chicago's skyline and Lake Michigan.

Skyline Main


The iconic original columns from 1924 have been preserved during every renovation including Soldier Field's largest in 2002. The Colonnades are open year round to the public on non-event days and are lit up each night with multi-colored LED lights.

Colonnades - Main


2020 TOURS:

Soldier Field is currently offering Private Classic stadium tours for a maximum of 10 people per tour. Please email for reservations and other inquiries. Cash payments will not be accepted and payment must be made in advance via PayPal.

For any medical or ADA accomodations, please email the tour coordinator in advance. The tour route can be made ADA accesible and accommodations can be made with advanced notice. 

Guests are required to wear face masks or face coverings while inside of the stadium. Soldier Field does not provide face masks upon arrival and entry will be denied to guets who do not have a face mask upon entry. 

Hand sanitizing stations are available for use throughout the tour route and the tour route is disinfected immediately after each tour.

    Classic Tour Pricing:

    • Adult (age 19-59): $15
    • Student (age 6-18): $10
    • Senior (60+): $10
    • Military (w/ ID): $10
    • Child (2-5): $5


    2021 Private Stadium Tours will be considered after January 1, 2021