Fenway Park, Boston

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About Fenway Park, Boston

Fenway Park, Boston - Address, Phone Number

Address: 4 Yawkey Way Boston, MA 02215, United States

Phone: +1-8777337699

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Hate em or love em, you can’t deny the sheer presence and charisma of the Boston Red Sox. This park is their home ground and as such, a much beloved treasure of the city, holding the same status that Old Trafford does in Manchester. It has various quirky features, all imaginatively named: The Green Monster, Williamsburg, the Triangle, The Lone Red Seat, Pesky’s Pole and Duffy’s Cliff. Use Boston trip planner to get basic information and make most of your time when you visit Fenway Park.

We don’t know what they all mean either; but we imagine that the locals would love to educate you so get one of them to drag you. Much of the park still feels as if it belongs to the last century. It also hosts at least one concert every year. And just in case you happen to be here while the home team is playing, prepare to be swept along by the crowd’s manic enthusiasm.

Fenway Park Information

  • Come here with a guide, wither paid for or perhaps a local friend who’s knowledgable about the place.
  • The seating is not the most comfortable.
  • Long long lines.
  • Food is on the expensive side as other dinks and beer.

Fenway Park Ticket Prices

  • Varies on the games.
  • Visit the official website for ticket details.

Fenway Park Opening and Closing Hours

Opening time in season:

  • No game 10:00 am
  • Game day 10:00 am

Closing time in season:

  • No game 5:00 pm
  • Game day 1 hour after game begins

Off season:

  • Opening time: (Monday to Friday) 9:00 am
  • Closing time: (Monday to Friday) 5:00 pm

How To reach Fenway Park by Public Transport

  • CT2 Ruggles Station via Kendall/MIT
  • 47 Central Sq
  • Cambridge Broadway Station

Restaurants Near Fenway Park

  • Loghorn Steakhouse
  • Great Bay
  • Noodle Street

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Fenway Park, Boston Reviews - Write a Review

  • An historic ballpark for sure. A marvelous experience even for the non-fan. The excitement was palpable even while waiting to enter. Seeing the Green Monster in person was nothing like seeing it on TV. An impressive sight to be sure. A great time was had by all in our section. It a well loved and cared for stadium.

  • This place is historic and beautiful. Food concession lines are unbelievably long. When I was there they were constantly running out of food. Bathrooms are plentiful and surprisingly clean. It's actually very easy to get in and out

  • Great stadium!!! Tip: if you are visiting make sure you get the local newspaper the day of the game. If they change the first pitch time it is only published there. Parking was not so easy we ended up spending $50 to park right out front which is pretty cheap compared to regular Boston pay to parks. Tip: be ready to sing sweet Caroline at the top of your lungs with the entire stadium.

  • This stadium is great. It is the oldest stadium in the major league - but that does come with its ups and downs: the seats are small and wooden and the rows seem packed together, but if you can get over that, then there's really not much to complain about. This is a historic stadium dating back to 1912, so it is fun to think about how many people have passed through it for over a century.

  • We ran the Fenway Spartan Sprint. The event is a great fun race for all levels. It's not too challenging so it's great for first time racers , but the venue makes it fun for all levels. Getting to go through Fenway, the locker rooms, the dugout and out on the field was fantastic.

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