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Hallowed ground to baseball purists, this cozy, quirky park has been the Boston Red Sox home field since 1912. The most distinctive feature of this classic baseball park is the 37-foot-tall left field wall, known as the "Green Monster."
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We just walked around Fenway to see the park. The tours were all sold out - the Sox were out of town that day - and they were setting up for the Luke Bryan Concert - so it was difficult to get in - but...More
There were at least 50 people on this tour of Fenway Park at 5 p.m. on a Wed. in Oct. By the time everyone finished going through security and using the bathrooms at the start of the tour, the actual tour lasted about 50 minutes....More
Yes, I’m a Red Sox fan. Yes, I’ve come here multiple times every year since I was a kid. Yes, I will continue to come back. But, if you’re a baseball fan and have the opportunity to go to a game at Fenway Park, do...More
First of all .. OLD Fenway Park is a baseball park located in Boston, Massachusetts near Kenmore Square. Since 1912, it has been the home for the Boston Red Sox, the city's American League baseball team, and since 1953, its only Major League Baseball franchise....More
Was a bit disappointed with the visit to the stadium.visit was $20 each and lasted an hour.The tour only covered all the stands and museum (which wasn’t much ). The visit didn’t take us inside the stands or dressing or training rooms which is common...More
Fenway Park is a true gem of a baseball park. Everything about it from the inside is perfectly preserved and shows how antique it is. All baseball fans should visit one day. I am not even a Red Sox fan, but we thoroughly enjoyed the...More
The Curse of the Bambino may have ended years ago, but loyal Red Sox fans will continue to infiltrate this home to historic Fenway Park, where you can find victory banners, people yelling in stereotypical Boston accents, and lots of sports bars. Located within Kenmore Square, the old gas station Citgo sign is another Boston skyline classic seen throughout the city. In addition to a hectic and diehard sports
mentality, this neighborhood is also home to some of Boston’s many universities. Move from Boston University territory to that of Northeastern, and spend time at the famous Museum of Fine Arts. For more culture, check out the smaller but equally beautiful Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Continue off the beaten path and check out the green space in the Back Bay Fens, a pretty community garden. This diverse neighborhood has a mix of universities, sports, culture, and more residential green space.
We arrived in our seats 1 hour before the game, but we had purchased reserved seats prior to arriving in Boston. Seating is very tight and leg room is short - and we are not big people. Entering the Park takes a good bit of... More
We arrived in our seats 1 hour before the game, but we had purchased reserved seats prior to arriving in Boston. Seating is very tight and leg room is short - and we are not big people. Entering the Park takes a good bit of time.
As you are aware the Park is small compared to other venues - I don't know how they can pack in more than what seats and standing room allows. I would look at their website and bite the bullet for reserved seating - the seats are not cheap even on a Monday night before the playoffs when we went.