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About Fenway Park, Boston

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.

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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 Tickets 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 Get To 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

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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Guided Bike Tour of Boston
View Deal Guided Bike Tour of Boston 98 Reviews | Duration: 2.5-hrs to 3-hrs From USD 53.76/person

Discover Boston’s famous sites and hidden treasures on this 2.5 to 3-hour guided bike tour – a perfect way to explore the city! Start at Little Italy in Boston’s North End and pass sites like Copley Square, Fenway Park and the Faneuil Hall marketplace. Cruise through Beacon Hill and admire the diverse neighborhoods as your knowledgeable guide provides insightful commentary on Boston’s unique history.

Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
View Deal Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Belov... 18 Reviews | Duration: 60 minutes From USD 24.83/person

"America's Most Beloved Ballpark" is uniquely nestled in the city of Boston. Fenway Park is a place where dreams are made, traditions are celebrated and baseball is forever. See the home of Red Sox Legends, Williams, Yaz, Fisk and Rice. Visit Pesky's Pole and sit atop the world famous Green Monster which stands 37 feet 2 inches high overlooking left field. Experienced tour guides will provide a thrilling, one hour, walking tour of Fenway Park. Bilingual tours are available in Spanish and Japanese with advance notice. We welcome all fans to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox and the pulse of Red Sox Nation.

Boston in One Day Sightseeing Tour
View Deal Boston in One Day Sightseeing Tour 637 Reviews | Duration: 7 hours From USD 70.37/person

Experience the very best of Boston in one day on this fully narrated sightseeing tour of the area's major sights. First, journey through the historic towns of Cambridge, Lexington and Concord to visit Harvard Square, stand on the Lexington Battle Green, and follow the Battle Road Trail -- the route that Paul Revere took and where the Minutemen fought for freedom against the British during the American Revolutionary War. Then, tour Boston to see sights including Beacon Hill, the West End, the Seaport District and the site of the Boston Massacre. You’ll also spend time at Faneuil Hall Marketplace (also known as Quincy Market) and the USS 'Constitution.'

Day Trip to Martha's Vineyard
View Deal Day Trip to Martha's Vineyard 547 Reviews | Duration: 12 hours From USD 82.94/person

Enjoy Boston's original Martha's Vineyard day trip in the comfortable and convenient transportation of a mini coach. Leave the hassle of driving up to someone else as you relax on your 1.5-hour ride to Falmouth, where you will board the ferry for Martha's Vineyard. Once at Martha's Vineyard, you will have time to explore the beautiful island on your own. Upgrade for a 3-hour island tour.

Share your experience - Rate Fenway Park, Boston

  • Went to the tour which was great! Lots of interesting facts. Well worth the admission. Went to the game and saw a triple play! Awesome! Lots of interesting food choices. Seats are a bit cozy, though. Old park reasons.

  • Quite simply the greatest sporting venue in the USA. Every visit is magic. Great view from most seats. Kids and adults alike love it. Amazing, enormous team store. Home to the best baseball club of all time. A very special day or evening out.

  • Fenway Park is the ultimate baseball Park. If you are in Boston and don't come here at least once you've missed a piece of historical culture that you won't get anywhere else. The field is gorgeous and much of the seating has a simple overhang protecting it. Even if you don't like baseball you should, one time in your life, sing 'Sweet Caroline' at Fenway.

  • One of my bucket list items was to visit Fenway, as I grew up in a house that loved the Red Sox. This your was pretty amazing and I recommend to anyone, regardless if you are a fan or not. The stadium is rich in history. The tour starts by entering the stadium, and right from the beginning you see the iconic green monster wall. You your the visiting looker rooms and receive some history about the wooden seats in the park. You then get a chance to sit along the green monster, fabulous for pictures. You will see the in park garden and tour the press box. The tour gives lots of historic content to the team and the stadium. The tour runs about an hour and well worth the 20 bucks to get in. Tours generally run on the hour, but game day can impact schedule. I recommend you visit the website for rules and schedule.

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  • I've been to Fenway a handful of times, but it was my first time bringing two kids under 4. I was pleasantly surprised by Wally's clubhouse. It gave my 1yr old a place to crawl around when she had had enough at our seat. Our 3yr old had fun with the Legos. They had face painting, a magician, video games, and an ice cream sundae bar, along with a TV that had the game on. What more could you ask for when bringing small kiddos to a ball game?! We enjoyed our time immensely. Can't wait to go back!

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