Fenway Park, Boston
Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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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Great tour of Fenway, lots of history! Tour guide very knowledgeable, just wish we could have seen home team locker rooms and dugouts like you do at Wrigley Field
Amazing place.. Great venue .. Great staff .. Great location .. can't wait to go back .. Will just be sure to not stay at the Boston Park Plaza next time I go back ..
It's a great historical place. Sort of like spending the night on the USS Hornet. Lousy concessions, seats suck and the park is old and feels old.
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.
Since we were here in winter I didn't think I was going to be able to see the stadium, however they do tours! It's only $12 and you get to see everything! We were even able to sit in the green monster seats! Our guide was so knowledgeable and gave an amazing tour! For only $12 it was well worth it!
A Boy Named Ryan
Had a fantastic time at the sox game! They won too which is always a plus! Food is delicious, great views althroughout the park, I even went up on the monster during practice! good place for Pokemon if you play pokemon go to! Will go again! *Note, it is much cheaper to take the Train in if you are not already in West Boston
Absolutely Americas most beloved ballpark! The history and warmth of the place is overwhelming. The old ticket booths are now display cases filled with historical memorabilia. The atmosphere is inviting and you have tons of food and drink options. It is expensive, like most ballparks. We usually grab food at any nearby restaurant before the game. Whether you're a Red Sox fan or not, it is absolutely worth a visit. We went on a tour after a night game and got to see inside the Green Monster!
Went there for McCartney concert. The park is a disaster. The staffs are confused and disorganized. We have to wait for 2 hours packed like sardines outside on the street to get in. The stairs and seating are so narrow and very steep. One can fall off if not careful. Our chairs were so tight and uncomfortable. Viewing angle was bad. The ground floor smells. To top it off, a big tattooed guy started arguments with everyone around him and was also taking videos of attractive women around him. People went to security to complain and security finally kicked him out after an hour. But McCartney was great.
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