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Meet your guide at Gate D two hours before the scheduled game time for your tour.
With your guide and 10 - 15 fellow fans, enter Fenway Park from Gate D. Walk up the ramp and take in the awesome view of the ballpark and the fabled green monster.
Join your guide on the field's warning track during player and team warm ups. Head up to the Green Monster for another coveted view of the park. Your guide will provide you with a commemorative souvenir before you enter the Red Sox Hall of Fame and then exit the Park.
Fenway Park is the oldest major league ballpark in the world! Where memories and legends grace the hallowed walls. A 106 year old iconic destination!
Fenway Park Tours are also available in Spanish, Japanese and in sign language with advance notice. All fans are welcome to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, and the pulse of Red Sox Nation. All tours are handicap accessible.
If you are a fan the Fenway tour is a must. Our tour guide Steve was extremely knowledgeable about the team, players, stadium, etc. it rained the day we went so there was no pregame warm up but it was def worth seeing.
This was a bucket list trip for my husband to see his favorite baseball team the Boston Red Sox play at Fenway Park. We did the pre-game tour and watched practice. He wanted to sit in the Green Monster for the game, but decided to...More
Although the park itself is absolutely breath taking and wonderful, this tour was super disappointing to be blunt. Not only was our tour guide less than informative, she actually left us while we were on the tour-there were only 9 people in our group. While...More
Visiting Fenway Park has been on our list of “to dos” for a while. My husband, our adult son and I took this tour before attending a Red Sox game and it was fantastic! I realize that a tour is only as good as the...More
You should call Fenway Pk about accessibility on the tour. We got to stay on the field watching the players warm up for about 15 min. We walked up & down many stairs. The on field practice was worth the extra money for our... More
You should call Fenway Pk about accessibility on the tour. We got to stay on the field watching the players warm up for about 15 min. We walked up & down many stairs. The on field practice was worth the extra money for our grandson, a baseball player.