Hallowed ground to baseball fans, this century-old ballpark is the home field of the Boston Red Sox. Fans often flock to Fenway Park to catch a game over beer and hot dogs—the game season typically runs from April through October. You might want to stay till at least the eighth inning to sing “Sweet Caroline” with the crowd. The stadium is also home to the iconic Green Monster wall, a 37-foot-tall left-field wall. Apart from games, you can join a year-round guided tour of the stadium to learn about the history of the sport and the team, as well as get a behind-the-scenes peek into the locker room. – Tripadvisor
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Neighbourhood: West Fens
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- Great Baseball StadiumThis ballpark is a must see while in Boston. Historically one of the best ballparks in all of baseball. Walking around the stadium you feel transported back in time. As a fan of baseball I had always wanted to go there and it was well worth it. Not being a fan of the Red Sox I thought it would be just another stadium but the nostalgia of it all made it great. It was unforgettable from the fans, to the food, to the overall stadium experience. Be sure to walk all the way around the stadium as there are many things to see from retired numbers to championship banners. Enjoy the game as it will be a whole different experience.Visited September 2022Travelled with friendsWritten 24 January 2023
- So fun!Went with family while in town for a long birthday weekend. My brother is huge Sox fan and has done the tour before, but he was still like a kid in a candy shop. The rest of us loved it as well and learned a lot on the tour. Our guide was great, we loved looking at his fingers filled with team rings for his years of working there.Visited September 2022Written 28 February 2023
- Great trip to FENWAYHighly recommend this tour. This is a tour of Fenway not of the RedSox, so for those of us who may not be a red sox fan, it was great to learn about the history and story of Fenway. We went before the season started so we got to witness them setting up for opening day and see all the behind the scenes fun that you probably didn't know went on. Highly recommendVisited March 2023Written 20 March 2023
- Beautiful Ballpark but so crampedEnjoyed the Red Sox game here yesterday, but the stadium is old and needs updating or replacing. Seats in the grandstand are tiny -- no knee or hip room. Down lower (we self-upgraded, don't tell anyone) has better knee room at least, but it's going to be tight if you are over 200 pounds. Concourses are better than they used to be but there are pinch points and long lines all over the place.Visited April 2023Written 3 April 2023
- Red Socks Fenway Park History in real timeMy grandson and I had a great time learning about the team and the stadium. So many interesting stories and wonderful memorabilia to admire. The guides ooze with enthusiasm and pride. Well worth the time and effort.Visited May 2023Travelled with familyWritten 4 May 2023
- Loved it! In terrific shape for its age!My wife and I flew in from Seattle to see the Mariners take on the Red Sox for two games. We sat in the visitors dugout area both nights and the views of the game were awesome! But it seems there isn't a bad seat in the place unless you are behind one of the beams in upper part of lower levels. The concourse was very clean and the food and drink lines weren't bad at all. Plenty of restrooms and again lines weren't bad at all. I highly recommend seeing games at Fenway to any baseball fan.Visited May 2023Travelled as a coupleWritten 18 May 2023
- Do it!We decided last minute to go to a Red Sox game while we were in town. We enjoyed walking around the outside, wandering the inside, watching the game with the old school score wall, and visiting the merch shop. Very cool stadium, we just wish it would have been warmer!Visited May 2023Travelled as a coupleWritten 19 May 2023
- Great!We were visiting Boston for the weekend and decided to come to a game! Fenway Park was awesome to see I’m glad we came! I was a little disappointed in the food, it was nothing special and I was expecting more. Great stadium definitely worth a visit!Visited May 2023Travelled as a coupleWritten 20 May 2023
- One of a kindWe took a Fenway Park tour, which we highly recommend. The park has a tremendous amount of history, and it may be your only chance to occupy the Green Monster seats unless you are on an expense account. We also saw a game while in town, and the experience is at least on a par with Wrigley Field in terms of feeling close to the action and a part of the crowd.Visited June 2023Written 8 June 2023
- Nostalgia Galore!!Socks were playing the Rays, and we lucked out with a Sunday game. Since we are from Florida it was a win win for us to attend a game. What a great experience. From the subway ride to the park, the feel of the stadium, and even the crowd excitement. All made the experience just superb. We were so impressed with how well the stadium functioned and we felt like we stepped back in time. What a great experience!Visited June 2023Written 16 June 2023
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We planned to visit Fenway during an East Coast trip with our family. I booked the 5pm tour a week and half out. We heard nothing from Trip Advisor or the tour company leading up to the day so we figured it was still happening. Showed up to Fenway after driving in the rain for the park to tell us the TOUR WAS CANCELLED due to a football game at the stadium. Was never contacted by trip advisor or the company. Requested a refund!
Written 24 November 2023
Oct 2023 • Solo
Amazing tour with lots of interesting history, and the park makes you feel like you traveled back in time. The tour is so cool and I would highly recommend it- and I don't even like baseball!
Written 23 November 2023
Whether you're a baseball fan or not Fenway Park is a must visit. It has an amazing history and story and one that resonates with any sports fan. Well worth the visit.
Written 22 November 2023
We did the Fenway Park tour and so glad we did. My husband had been to a few games but this was my first visit to Boston. I just wanted a photo in front of the stadium but my husband wanted to do the tour. The tour was excellent. Because of HISTORY. LOL!
Written 16 November 2023
Loved every minute of this tour.well worth the money.it was magic to see a place where babe Ruth became famous.would have loved to of saw a game but not possible
Written 16 November 2023
Nov 2023 • Family
Even if you are a not a baseball fan, but are interested in history, I highly recommend doing this tour. Our tour guide Dave was full of information and did a great job telling stories and answering questions. We were taken into the locker room of the visiting team, into the stands, the press box and the Green Monster. Be ready for a lot of walking up and down stairs, but what a great experience!
Written 13 November 2023
Nov 2023 • Friends
Great tour!!! Not even a big baseball fan & absolutely loved it!! If you are lucky enough to have Victor as your guide it is a special treat. 3 females who loved seeing the park & hearing the history
Written 11 November 2023
The store was beyond amazing and exceeded all of our expectations! It’s going up in New England and always being a Red Sox fan. It was amazing to see everything, especially the stuff behind the scenes!
Written 11 November 2023
Nov 2023 • Business
Very pleasant tour guide and insightful tour. The tour guide was really nice too. I look forward to coming to a game
Written 5 November 2023
Oct 2023 • Couples
Amazing ball park - our guide was excellent and very knowledgeable about the place. He was patient & explained many details.
Written 3 November 2023
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I'm heading to Fenway in about a month and looking for good place to get food and drink before the game that has any happy hour deals. I used to go to Yardhouse for the half price apps during the week they no longer offer that on game nights. Any other spots within a comfortable walking distance that would have good happy hour deals? Thanks!
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Can I use amortorized scooter inside Fenway Ball Stadium?
On our visit, I didn't notice any ramps, I do believe to access the park itself and to get to the seats you should not have any issues, but most of this tour is going up and down stairs. I know that they do have an elevator to access the restaurant level. But I would definitely contact the park before heading over for a visit.
Is there a purse/bag policy? Is it strict?
I didn't carry a bag, nor did my wife, so I can't say for sure. I certainly do not recall a rigorous inspection at entry. Here's the wording from Fenway's website: "Bag Policy Bags must be 5"x9"x2" or smaller (the size of a small purse or clutch). Backpacks, drawstring bags, duffel bags, tote bags, oversized purses, and other similar style bags are NOT permitted. Exceptions will be made for diaper bags and bags containing essential medical equipment. All bags will be subject to search as referenced above. Please pay close attention to the prohibited items list below. Fans who arrive to an entry gate for a game with a non-permitted bag will have the option of storing their bag for a fee with a third-party locker company. This locker truck is located on top of the Lansdowne Garage across from Gate E. For the remainder of the 2022 season, single-compartment clear bags measuring no larger than 12"x12"x6" will also be allowed. Bags must be clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC. Clear backpacks are not allowed. These single-compartment bags must be completely clear without anything concealing part of the bag. This addition to the approved bag list is part of a pilot program to explore the feasibility of a clear bag policy for the 2023 season. Prohibited Items Below is a list of items that will not be permitted into Fenway Park. The Red Sox will not be responsible for storing any of the items on the following list. Any prohibited items left at the screening area shall be considered surrendered and will be discarded. Fans will not be able to retrieve any surrendered items. Concealment of any item on the below list could result in denial of entry. Fenway Park is a private facility and reserves the right to prohibit any item not on the below list in the interest of public safety and enjoyment for all fans. Bags larger than 5"x9"x2" in size Firearms, including those held by lawfully licensed individuals or off-duty police officers of any law enforcement agency or jurisdiction. This restriction includes ammunition. Knives, box cutters, tool of any kind (including Leatherman), or any item that could be used as a weapon Marijuana (including medical marijuana) Pepper spray or mace Hard-sided coolers Cans, bottles, glass containers except one sealed 16oz plastic bottle of water Alcoholic beverages, illegal substances Noise-making devices Laser pointers or similar devices that may be used to disrupt play on the field Costumes and/or costume masks Clothing items determined offensive by Red Sox management Signs, banners and other items may be admitted as long as they do not: obstruct the sight lines of other fans, cover up existing signage, exhibit messages commercial or political in nature, create a disturbance or contain obscene or offensive language or interfere with other fans' enjoyment of the game. Signs, banners and other items may not be paraded around the ballpark, affixed to any permanent structures, or hung over fascia boards or the Green Monster. Management reserves the right to remove any signs or banners at any time. Each banner and sign must comply with our Code of Conduct. Umbrellas are allowed inside Fenway Park but may only be used during official rain delays Professional audio/visual equipment including tri-pods and mono-pods are prohibited from Fenway Park. Consumer rated cameras and video cameras are permitted but cannot be used to reproduce the game and must not interfere with other fans' enjoyment of the game."
Can you walk on the field and go sit up on the "Green Monster"?
Hi 👋🏻 Actually you cannot walk into the field. But the tour is absolutely amazing even if you cannot go into the field. Fen way park is amazing, must go. And eat a hot dog just across the street 🥰
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