1. Sculpture Plaza

In the outfield concourse there is an area dedicated to the many greats in White Sox history such as Charles Comiskey and Harold Baines. The statues offer plenty of great photo opportunities and serve as excellent tributes to White Sox legends, so stop by and check them out.

2. Champions Plaza

Right near the main entrance at Gate 4 in the Cell is the Champion’s Plaza which is home to a large bronze-granite monument dedicated to the 2005 World Series Championship White Sox. Be sure also to check out the many legacy bricks which are inscribed with personal messages from fans while visiting the plaza.

3. Na Na Na Na Hey Hey Goodbye

Played every time an opposing pitcher is taken out. The organist will play “Na Na Na Na” then fall silent to allow the fans to finish the song.

4. Rain Room

If you ever get too hot in the stadium, not to worry! The Cell as a room dubbed the rain room near sections 107 and 537 which emits a light mist to cool off. The rain room is the perfect thing on a sweltering summer day.

5. The Two Blue Seats

The seats where Paul Konerko’s grand slam (left field in section 159) and Scott Podsednik’s game-winning home run (right center first-row section 101) landed in game two of the 2005 World Series game are the same original blue seats used in that game. Stop by and see where two of the biggest home runs in White Sox history landed during your trip to Chicago.

6. ChiSox Bar and Grill

This multi-level bar/restaurant is located inside of Gate 5. You can sit inside or outside and enjoy the game from here making it a great place to grab a bite to eat before or during the game.

7. FUNdamentals Deck

This area of the park designed with kids in mind serves is an opportunity for young fans to learn about the fundamentals baseball. It comes complete with a youth-sized wiffle baseball diamond for games and practices, and a batting box for kids to learn batting techniques.

8. Exploding Scoreboard

New Comiskey Park has a unique scoreboard which will “explode” every time a Sox player hits one over the fence. As if thousands of fans cheering were not enough after rounding the bases, all who are in attendance will get to witness fireworks, sparklers, and loud music all while watching their favorite player put some runs on the board for their team.

9. The Patio

An hour and a half before game time, groups of 20 or more can file into the Patio, beyond the right-center-field fence, for an all-you-can-eat buffet that lasts until 30 minutes after the first pitch. Paying a little extra for this experience can become one of the best days/nights of your life. Watch batting practice while stuffing your face with ribs, burgers and beer and then enjoy the game from the field level only yards away from your favorite Sox outfielder.

10. Cork and Kerry At The Park

You’re not truly a South Sider unless you take in the rich Irish culture near New Comiskey Park and this bar is the best place to do just that; enjoy a Guinness and relax before the game at Cork and Kerry.

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