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Fenway Park, Boston

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Sacred ground for any true baseball fan, Fenway Park is the country's oldest major league baseball stadium still in use. For a less expensive and less crowded experience than a game, consider a guided tour of the stadium. Opened in 1912, the park has remained the home of the Boston Red Sox for more than a century. If you manage to score some game tickets, avoid traffic jams and parking challenges by taking the "T," the city's public transport system. Before you head to Boston, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Boston vacation builder site, to make sure you see all that Boston has to offer, including Fenway Park.
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  • We couldn't visit Boston and not take a tour of Fenway. We had two tour guides. They were both excellent. The tour takes you all over the park sharing many little known facts. Lots of history in this....  more
    We couldn't visit Boston and not take a tour of Fenway. We had two tour guides. They were both excellent. The tour takes you all over the park sharing many little known facts. Lots of history in this....  more »
  • My son and I are huge baseball fans (not necessarily Bosox fans though), and our wives couldn't care less about baseball. However, we all really enjoyed the organized tour of Fenway. Our guide was.....  more
    My son and I are huge baseball fans (not necessarily Bosox fans though), and our wives couldn't care less about baseball. However, we all really enjoyed the organized tour of Fenway. Our guide was.....  more »
  • I did a tour of Fenway Park and it was amazing except for their ridiculous bag policy. I had a small draw string bag with barely anything in it. I took out the contents and wanted to carry them and... 
    I did a tour of Fenway Park and it was amazing except for their ridiculous bag policy. I had a small draw string bag with barely anything in it. I took out the contents and wanted to carry them and...  more »
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  • My first visit here to this Beautiful Old Park. I was not disappointed, George an usher and our tour guide earlier shared some the the historical information of this stadium. Like the seats under the cover are the original seats from 1934. As I stood there and touch these seats I could feel the excitement from the fans that had sat in these very seats. Really enjoyed being at park, Boston Fans are fantastic and true to baseball.
  • What a trip! I could never get enough of this wonderful, grand, beautiful treasure of a ballpark! Everything about this night was absolutely perfect! Boston knows how to celebrate baseball and this ballpark does it all just right. Parking was super convenient. Close enough by for just a 10 minute walk after the game, the game views in the stands were absolutely amazing, the crowd was fun-loving and passionate, the sunset that night was absolutely spellbinding, and the atmosphere was electric! What a homage to baseball and to just celebrating how life can be so beautiful and fun. ✌️👍🙂❤️🙂
  • For my sons senior high school trip he wanted to visit a few of the most historic baseball fields in the country. So, naturally this one topped the list. We drove from Texas, and even with that drive, it was well worth it. This place is so packed with history and nostalgia that you get chills. We took the full tour on day one then went to a game the second day. Words are hard to find the feeling of watching a game here. It was really cool. The tour is well worth it and you learn so much about the ball park you will not learn anywhere else. The people here LOVE the sox!
  • Walked up and booked the guided tour ($21) that started ten minutes later. Despite a slow start (it’s amazing how many adults need the bathroom), it was an enjoyable tour and a good chance to get inside the ballpark in the off season. It’s definitely made me want to see a game here, despite not being a fan.
  • Dugout seats at Fenway are possibly the best in Major League Baseball. It isn't possible to feel more a part of the game unless you are actually a player on the field. The history and tradition of this park, the oldest in baseball, is inspiring. See a game here and you will never forget the experience.

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