The red socks won, and it was fun to celebrate 100 years of Fenway Park
Went to the Red Sox game on the hottest night of the summer thus far, but survived. Our seats were in section 24, row 5, believe the seats were 14-17. I bought them on the way in to the game for $15 less per seat. Not bad. Great view of the field, and underneath cover, but we were in the... More
we were in the section that was covered, on a wet day...lucky us. the tickets are cheap and there is so much choice of food. The mixed drinks are served only untill 9pm so i could not try the famous margaritas :(
We went to the 11 a.m. tour on a game day. I overheard one of the guides saying "remember the good ol' days when they limited the number of guests to 40?' At first I was confused, but as the tour was starting, I realized what she meant. We were about 85 people (who were split into two groups), which... More
Enjoyed a great Red Sox Baseball Game at Fenway Park, bit hot but great facilities under the stadium to keep out of the sun. Even though the stadium is 100 years old, it has been well maintained and it was an enjoyable time. Would visit Fenway Park again.
We were lucky enough to attend a game and return for the tour. This is a "bucket list" item for any fan of baseball, regardless of your team allegiance. You get a true sense of the game from a prior time period. Are the seats uncomfortable? Yes. Are there poles obscuring some of your view? Yes. Is there a ladder... More
What better place to watch a ball game than at historic Fenway! Seats and views are awesome and staff at the stadium are all very friendly. Go Sox!!!!!
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