Fenway Park

Fenway Park

4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215

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Phone: 617-236-6666
Phone: 617-267-1700

Hours:
Tours  Daily 9am-4pm
Type:
Spectator Sports, Tours and Excursions

10BEST Says

Best Attractions & Activities: Boston fans are crazy about baseball. Ask many and they will claim it as their religion, and offer Fenway as their place of worship. Even if baseball is not your thing, be sure to catch a game at Fenway Park, home of the legendary Green Monster, and one of the hardest homers to hit in the league. You'll quickly find yourself caught up in the action, and may be come a fan before the ninth inning has ended. If a game is out of reach, enjoy a tour. An in depth inside look at one of baseball's most beloved ballfields is yours for the taking for a small fee.

Attractions near Hynes Convention Center: Boston fans are crazy about baseball. Ask many and they will claim it as their religion, and offer Fenway as their place of worship. If a game is out of reach, or you want to get a good look inside this registered historical landmark, enjoy a tour. This in depth inside look at one of baseball's most beloved ballfields will have you places you only dreamed you'd see, as well as in the hardest seats to score for an actual game. But tickets are well worth a splurge as this small 100 year + park packs them in. Enjoy the quirks that you won't find in newer ballfields.

Sightseeing: Boston fans are crazy about baseball. Ask many and they will claim it as their religion, and offer Fenway as their place of worship. The energy of the game is infectious and whether you are a Sox fan or routing for the opposing team, you'll find it hard not to get sucked into the enthusiasm. If a game is out of reach, or you want to get a good look inside this registered historical landmark, enjoy a tour. This in depth inside look at one of baseball's most beloved ballfields will have you places you only dreamed you'd see, as well as in the hardest seats to score for an actual game.

Parks & Attractions: Boston Red Sox players and fans call this home. It is one of the smallest and oldest baseball parks in the major leagues. Built in 1912, this park still has real grass on the field as well as the famed Green Monster. Tickets to games may be purchased at the park, though some games may be more difficult than others to get good seats. Guided tours are offered year around.

Tours and Excursions: Boston fans are crazy about baseball. Ask many and they will claim it as their religion, and offer Fenway as their place of worship. If a game is out of reach, or you want to get a good look inside this registered historical landmark, enjoy a tour. This in depth inside look at one of baseball's most beloved ballfields will have you places you only dreamed you'd see, as well as in the hardest seats to score for an actual game.


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Local Expert Says:

Best Attractions & Activities: "Tickets can be hard to come by, seek them out well in advance."

Attractions near Hynes Convention Center, Tours and Excursions: "Fun for kids and adults alike, but most fun for true baseball fans."

Sightseeing: "Game day tickets can be hard to come by, if you don't luck out with seats take a guided tour to get inside the gates."

Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: Fenway Park is the oldest major league ball-field in operation, and a historical landmark making it a must see Boston attraction.

Best for Attractions near Hynes Convention Center Because: The walk to Fenway Park from the Hynes is almost as enjoyable as the game; going inside is a must.

Best for Sightseeing Because: Fenway Park is America's oldest Major League stadium and home to the legendary Green Monster, one of the hardest homer's to hit in the MLB.

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