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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. 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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  • Watching baseball at Fenway Park with a mob of Red Sox fanatics is pretty exciting. However, the seats are pricey and so is the parking. Best to take the T. An alternative for people living south of B...  more »
  • The tour is only about an hour long, but it's packed with information, and you get access to every area of the stadium. There is so much history, and so many stories about events at the stadium, and a...  more »
  • I am not into baseball but I loved the Fenway Park. It is part of the "must see" in Boston. It is old but it doesn't feel old. It is a classic among the baseball stadiums. It is cozy and very well loc...  more »
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  • I came back to visit Fenway after 26 years. Would it be just as I had remembered? As I walked toward the admission gate, I passed several bratwurst vendors. The scent of succulent meat filled sheep intestine was heavenly. However, I was determined not to spoil my appetite, which was being reserved for the infamous Fenway Frank. After garnishing my dog with mustard, onion and dill pickle condiment, I prepared to relish the savory goodness. Instead, a wave of panic washed over me. Where was the flavor? Did my childhood memories bamboozle me? And then I remembered the sweet smelling brats just outside the gate. What Have I Done?!? I couldn't leave, and the grilling carts were positioned too far away to hear my cries. I managed to catch the attention of a young teen sporting a KC Royals hat. We agreed that I would give him $20, after which he would place my order and return with the sausage. In return, I would give him $2 for his trouble. At first, I thought the young lad was just overly zealous when he sprinted toward the vendor. My bliss hastily morphed into heartbreak as I observed him continue down the street, out of sight. The half eaten Fenway Frank in my hand became as heavy as my heart. Swoop Says: Make sure to also employ a bigger faster boy, to ensure your delivery. Fenway is a mature stadium, rich in tradition... and that makes it a great ballpark in my book. Go Sox!
  • I enjoy my visits. The place is obviously an American Shrine. The fans are into the game. This is more than a tourist attraction. The place is obviously old, so do not look for creature comforts and wide concourses. Just a must do.
  • Unforgettable experience for any baseball or casual fan. The atmosphere in Fenway is unlike anything in any other sports venue in the country. The passion and the crowd is amazing. The park it self feels very nostalgic, even if you have never been here before. Tours are cheap if you stop by when there is no game too.
  • Best baseball park in the country!!! Love that it still feels like an old park even with the state of the art improvements that have been made in recent years. No matter how many times I go, I still get a thrill when I get my first glimpse of the beautiful green field! Cannot wait for the new season to begin!! ⚾️ Go Red Sox!!!! ⚾️
  • Easy access by T, but streets around get congested very easily. Lots of dining options in Kenmore and in Fenway itself. Most seats have good viewing angles. Plenty of concessions available, but prices are (unsurprisingly) high. Still, no substitute for experiencing one of America's classic ballparks!