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Fenway Park, Boston
(4.6/5 based on 10,000+ reviews on the web)
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. Put Fenway Park into our Boston vacation generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Boston.
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  • One of the last standing old ballparks in the US. To really feel and experience Boston, you must go to a Red Sox game to soak up the atmosphere. 
  • $20 for the tour. There is one every hour. They take you all over the stadium, you get to see it from different angles and they tell you some fun stories about it as well. If you have an hour to spare...  more »
  • As a lifelong Yankee fan, it pains me to say this, but Fenway Park is the greatest stadium I've ever visited. I've been there twice and had a blast both times. I've been to the old and new Yankee stad...  more »
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  • How can you NOT give Fenway Park 5 stars. I've loved this park since I was a kid going to games. Whenever I'm back in New England and Boston for that matter I try and find a way to attend a game. Each year seeing the changes to the park and how they seamlessly fit in are great. The views at sunset are unmatched and the overall vibe is something that any baseball fan needs to experience.
  • It's Fenway....it's old, it's creaky, the seats are cramped, buy it's still great. Like an old pair of sneakers, or threadbare jeans, this place is full of character.... Sure there have been updates....more and better concession, more and updated restrooms (yes, the old trough and bathtub urinals are gone in the men's rooms), and mostly seats that have a bit if curve to them to make them feel less HARD. Fenway park is more of a place you experience, and enjoy the nostalgia of as a living but updated park....unlike a museum, it has continued to get better, rather than less dated IMO.
  • America's oldest ballpark. Wonderful staff. Great views of ballpark from pretty much anywhere. Food in club was good. We did buffet. Not sure I'd do that again. Food choices were a bit interesting and we are more hot dog people at ball games. Store inside Gate D entrance had cool memorabilia including pieces of David Ortiz' game worn jerseys and pieces of brick from the ballpark. We did the tour earlier in the day. Totally worth it for the stories and ability to see the field from different angles.
  • The best place to see baseball. Went to Ortiz's last regular season home game there and the Red Sox pulled out all the stops. Food & beer vendors were plentiful. Expect lines at bathrooms in between innings. Overall, an amazing experience.
  • The greatest place on earth. It's a fun uplifting experience. The staff makes you feel at home. Even though beer prices are pretty high still worth the trip