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Fenway Park, Boston

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Sacred ground for any true baseball fan, Fenway Park is the country's oldest major league baseball stadium still in use. For a less expensive and less crowded experience than a game, consider a guided tour of the stadium. Opened in 1912, the park has remained the home of the Boston Red Sox for more than a century. If you manage to score some game tickets, avoid traffic jams and parking challenges by taking the "T," the city's public transport system. Before you head to Boston, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Boston vacation builder site , to make sure you see all that Boston has to offer, including Fenway Park.
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  • catch a game here when ever possible. enjoy the game, have a beer and a rem dog. this place has alot of history.  more »
  • After been at several games at Fenway it was intriguing to see the story of the most beloved ballpark in US. The tour guide was very good and talked with great enthusiasm about the story and some of t...  more »
  • Really neat to see the oldest ballpark in the country. If you have the time it’s a good tour- visitor locker room, history of the team and field, press box, red seat, small museum at the end.  more »
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  • This place holds a special place in any Red Sox fan's heart. I only get to Fenway a couple times a year, living in Maryland, but I cherish each visit. This is baseball's holy grail. No, it isn't like Nationals Park or Yankee Stadium in terms of modern technology or design, but the atmosphere is second to none. The staff is always attentive and a pleasure to talk to and the fans are the best in baseball. Between here and Camden Yards in Baltimore, I've been fortunate to witness many a game here.
  • Where to start?! First of all it's always a place that everyone wants to go once in their life. I was so excited to go see the first female artist perform in Fenway Park. The seats are so small that unless you are in a size small and 5 feet tall you will be in pain when you get up to go. Also they have post all over to hold the roof up which is great but you can't see through them so half the people 6 rows behind the all the post missed the whole concert, one being us. We ended up leaving the concert before it was half way over and had a blast in the city of Boston.
  • I love this place. I have to ad I had amazing seats. Right at home base. The service was really good. It's relatively easy to find your seat and in case you don't there are plenty of people to help you out. For the size and amount of people there it was also rather clean.
  • America's smallest baseball stadium, it also has a rich history. There are organized tours with a guide taking you to different parts of the stadium including the best seats at the top of the famous green wall, the press box and more! VIP tours also give tourists a chance at batting in the pit which saw Ted Williams and Babe Ruth swing their bats.
  • Crossed off #1 on my sports bucket list. Being a Cubs fan & loving Wrigley, I knew I had to visit Fenway. It did not disappoint. Loved the stadium, the neighborhood surrounding Fenway, the bars, locals. If you love the classic stadium with the smaller dimensions, Fenway Park has to be on your list. **Side note**. Boston in general was an amazing city. Looking forward to going back.

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