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Fenway Park

Fenway Park

4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Massachusetts, 02115

The Basics

In the hearts of die-hard Bostonians, Fenway Park is the site of the city’s greatest dramas and worst defeats. If you can’t catch a game, step inside America’s oldest ballpark and explore its storied history on a walking tour of the stadium, during which you can sit inside the press box, visit the Red Sox Hall of Fame, and check out baseball’s oldest ballpark seats. Most Boston city sightseeing tours pass by Fenway Park, whether by bike, pedicab, or coach. Hop-on hop-off trolley tours also stop at the beloved ballpark, and a Go Boston Card provides free access to Fenway Park tours.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Boston

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Cheryl was extremely...
Noreen_H, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Cheryl was extremely knowledgeable and shared so much knowledge about Fenway Park. Loved the tour and can’t wait to bring our boys back!
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Short and sweet
Catherine_S, Jun 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
If you like baseball, you will love this. Glad we got a chance to see this historical gem. Very clean, and made you want to see a ball game.
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Baseball fan must
Todd_B, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Brady was the tour guide. His knowledge of the ballpark was top notch. Would definitely recommend this tour. I'm not a red socks fan but I am a baseball fan. Every baseball fan should visit this park (in my opinion!)
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Wonderful tour of Fenway
lauren_s, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
We had a wonderful time visiting Fenway. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and this made the experience even more memorable! We highly recommend you do this tour if visiting Boston!
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Empty nesters from KY
Kimberly_S, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Brady was great! He was very knowledgeable and seemed to truly enjoy himself! Fenway Park was a treat to visit. My husband loved it!
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Worth the $$
Debra_S, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Even if you’re not a Red Sox fan, this is a great tour! Our guide was extremely knowledgable - we loved it!!
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Great, quick experience
Alexie_A, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Great people, great historic points throughout the one-hour tour. The tour was one hour, but it felt so much faster than that due to constant engagement from the tour guide telling us the history.
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Ticket issues
Jennifer_M, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
The tour itself was great but Hard to print tickets for tour. Couldn’t and ultimately went to the ticket office and they said it happens all the time
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Great tour
Dinky, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
He tour guide Ivan was outstanding. Great knowledge and very personable Would highly recommend your!!
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Fun tour!
Nicole_W, Sep 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Our guide was super informed, he’s been coming to Fenway park since he was 5 years old! It was fun to have a tour who had such a love for and knowledge of Fenway Park!
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Beautiful stadium
Theresa_S, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Great tour guide loved the Stadium. Would definitely recommend this to anyone to see. We really enjoyed it.
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Exciting!
Nina_C, Oct 2021
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
The history of this park brings it to life. The love of this people for this park keeps it alive! It's beautiful. So much history, so much love. The tour guides were funny, kind and loved what they do. Exceptional.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • A variety of food options are available inside the park, including famous New England clam chowder and lobster rolls.

  • Tickets to Red Sox games can be hard to come by—you may only be able to find single seats and obstructed-view tickets if you don't plan ahead, although some standing-room-only tickets are sold on game day.

  • The park is wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

Fenway Park is located just south of Kenmore Square, on Yawkey Way. It is easily accessible via the MBTA subway, known as “the T,” from Fenway Station on foot. Paid public parking is available nearby, but this can fill up quickly—especially on game days.

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When to Get There

Boston Red Sox baseball games are held from April to September, although stadium tours are offered year-round. On game days, the last tour departs three hours prior to game time. In summer, the ballpark hosts music concerts from world-renowned artists.

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Fenway Park History

Historic Fenway Park echoes with reminders of the past. In the right field bleachers section, a lone red seat commemorates Ted Williams’ 502-foot (153-meter) home run, while baseball’s oldest scoreboard brings to mind contentious games between the Red Sox and their greatest rival: the New York Yankees. The legendary Green Monster, built in 1912, continues to top the charts as the highest wall in baseball at 37.17 feet (11.3 meters).

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