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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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  • Really enjoyed attending baseball game here. It being the oldest ball park in America, it is a bit different than the new ones. There is a lot of wrought iron, even the seats are smaller. If you are a...  more »
  • Really informative tour with great guides to share knowledge. Got to tour lots of different parts of the ground. The group was not too big and there were plenty of guides to keep us together. Booked o...  more »
  • While the history of Fenway Park was told you could easily Google everything the Toward guy was saying there wasn’t anywhere we went that if at eight game or you could go to if you had select tickets ...  more »
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  • They have got the fan experience down solid in this gem of a ballpark. Beyond the historical significance of this old yard, it's still a great place to see a game and soak in the sounds of baseball. The kid's fan zone is a life saver as well once the little ones start getting antsy. All around fantastic place to spend an afternoon or evening.
  • Fenway Park is the stuff of legend. Seriously. Setting aside any team preference, one must acknowledge Fenway Park's adherence to the original intent of the field itself. What most strikes me is the original 1934 hand-operated scoreboard and the original 1934 grandstand seats. Other teams have had to endure ever-modernizing stadiums to keep up with perceived fan desires. Boston, understandably, has done everything possible to retain the original feel of this legendary ballpark. For those wishing to experience baseball the way three generations experienced it, look no further than Fenway. On a personal note - my father hooked more school than one would generally care to admit. When he did hook, he could generally be found in Fenway's bleachers - 1952,53,54.
  • Cozy ballpark. Great atmosphere lots of excitement. This is my favorite stadium to see a game. Some seats in right field face right field but that's how they were designed 105 years ago. It's part of the nostalgia of the park. If you are buying tickets from a scalper be careful your seat doesn't say obstructed view or an abbreviation of that. There are a few seats in the stadium behind poles that support the roof. Remember it's an old stadium and enjoy the history.
  • As a Boston sports fan my whole life, Fenway was one of the first places I visited when I moved here and it absolutely didn't disappoint. It's a great, classic ballpark with an amazing atmosphere on game days. I definitely recommend getting there early and hanging around the neighborhood for a bit!
  • Great all around experience of the oldest baseball park in Major League Baseball. Go back in time... See the improvements made to the park... Modern amenities with old ballpark charm. Great to bring the kids very family friendly.

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