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Hallowed ground to baseball purists, this cozy, quirky park has been the Boston Red Sox home field since 1912. The most distinctive feature of this classic baseball park is the 37-foot-tall left field wall, known as the "Green Monster."
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The Park tour was well worth it. We toured through the entire stadium, to every section where a little bit of its history was given. We sat in the section where the original seats are still being used, up to the section over the huge...More
Had a nice tour and learned some history about this beautiful park. Guide was friendly and informative. Our tour group was packed so even on a weekday, get their a little early. I was able to just but tickets at the gate for the next...More
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Even though we are not baseball fans (and are unlikely to become so) we are glad we made the effort to go to a game at Fenway Park. Fascinating to see the history of the ground and how it's being preserved. Food wasn't wonderful but...More
It was awesome to walk around such a historic ballpark. I had been looking forward to this part of the trip and our guide was great. He included humor and was very knowledgeable, I learned a thing or two! The one big disappointment was that...More
I am not a rabid baseball fan, but if you like sports and history, you should most definitely take this tour! The regular public tour shows you the visitors locker room, the media booths, the original wooden seats sections as well as the top of...More
The tour was excellent. The tour includes entry into the visiting club house, the press box, various seating locations and ends with the seats on the Green Monster. Unfortunately the field was being torn up while we were there which made for some less than...More
This tour of Fenway Park was a gift from my kids' grandparents and three generations of our family walked through the ballpark on a beautiful September morning. I did not know what to expect but left the tour with a new appreciation for the team...More
We took the tour on Sunday morning. We got to see the public parts of the stadium as well as some of the spaces that aren't open to visitors just there for a game. The guide was so full of history and knowledge. His passion...More
My husband is a baseball nut and Fenway Park was on his bucket list - so we took the tour when we were in town for a cruise. I was being a good wife by going, but let me tell you the tour was amazing!...More
What a great ballpark! The tour was worth every dollar! A very enjoyable and informative experience. Whether you are a Red Sox fan or not Fenway park is worth the experience.We were in the visitors locker room, sat in the press box and even sat...More
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It's about a half hour - 45 minute walk. Quick ride with an Uber. You could take the T, but I think you'd have to transfer to a bus, not sure how comfortable you are with that. Nice walk, if you choose it. Either way... More
It's about a half hour - 45 minute walk. Quick ride with an Uber. You could take the T, but I think you'd have to transfer to a bus, not sure how comfortable you are with that. Nice walk, if you choose it. Either way, enjoy Friendly Fenway, and Go Sox!