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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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On my first visit to Boston, Fenway park was on the list of must see things. Since it was off season it was easier (I think) to get tickets at the ballpark but they were available online as well. Our tour group was large so...More
Fenway park is a ballpark that all fans should put on their bucket list. Although the seats are narrow and uncomfortable the atmosphere is amazing.So much history in Boston I would definately make a weekend of it. There are pubs all around and nothing like...More
My wife and I toured the Baseball Icon and enjoyed the experience. The experience was well organized and added insight into baseball culture. The tour included information about the environmental initiatives with food. For Australians more used to cricket it was an interesting outing. The...More
Fenway Park is an iconic ball field (the oldest in the country) that cannot be matched in character and warmth. . It has great seats all over the park including the addition of the fabulous Green Monster seats where you can sit on top and...More
This historic sweet little park has no peer. Wrigley comes close but is way too vertical & steep with some sections affording a view of “ants in uniform”. Here, you have a great view from anywhere and to sit in this park, which is virtually...More
One of the last old school major league parks left in the country. It is a gem. I have gone to so many games, and even though the legroom is tight, I will go happily because I get to go to Fenway! Lots of history...More