Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox, is a major league baseball park nestled in the Kenmore Square neighborhood of Boston. The park one of only two remaining classic major league baseball parks, and is the oldest such park still in use. The park opened in 1912 and has hosted many other events, including professional football , soccer and hockey games, concerts, political campaigns and religious events.
Tours run daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Park opens two hours prior to game times.
Price range from $20 for General Admission to $584 for Dugout Seats. Tours:
Adults (15 and older): $16; Seniors: $14; Children, Students or Military: $12
Picnic in the Park Charity, Autograph Alley, Player/Fan Photo Sessions
Red Sox Games
Hall of Fame
On a daily basis, tour guides host one-hour walking tours of Fenway Park every hour on the hour.
Fenway park has several venues including the Absolut Clubhouse, EMC Club and the State Street Pavilion. Events such as weddings, corporate events and social gatherings are perfect for these venues.
Are there any full service restaurants inside the park?
Private restaurants include Absolut Clubhouse, the EMC Club and State Street Pavilion. Concessions stands are available for general admission guests.
Do the suites sell out often?
Yes! Be sure to book your suite as far ahead as possible by calling 877-REDSOX9 or visiting the website at http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/bos/ticketing/premium_suites.jsp.