Fenway Park: Sports Venue and StadiumFenway Park, home to Major League Baseball's Boston Red Sox, is considered to be America's most beloved ballpark in the nation. Nestled in the Kenmore Square neighborhood of Boston. Fenway is one of only two remaining classic major league baseball parks, and is the oldest one that is still in use. Built in 1912, Fenway Park is an ideal sporting and entertainment venue, boasting almost 38,000 seats and concession stands galore for all the peanuts and crackerjacks a fan could want. On non-game days, this historic ballpark turns into an entertainment venue like no other. It has become a concert-goers dream as it hosts many top artists and events including professional football , soccer and hockey games, concerts, political campaigns and other amusements in Boston, MA. One hour walking tours are available of the park and its museum daily every hour on the hour.
HoursTours run daily from 9 am - 5 pm, Ticket office is open M-F 10 am - 5 pm,
Park opens two hours prior to game times.
Prices -Tickets: Price range from $20 for General Admission and up for baseball. Prices vary per event.
Tours: Adults (15 and older): $18; Seniors: $14; Children, Students or Military: $12
- Picnic in the Park
- Charity Events
- Autograph Alley
- Player/Fan Photo Sessions
- Red Sox Baseball Games
- Hall of Fame
- Wally's World
Map/DirectionsDriving Direction to Fenway Park
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