Boston Red Sox's more than 100-year-old home Fenway Park, the legendary history of the team, is full of glory.
The Boston Red Sox baseball team just watched a match between the Red Sox and the New York Yankees.
If you are any fan of baseball or even history, you need to do this tour! I've done the Fenway Park Tour twice in sunshine and rain. Although the two tours were very different, both times were outstanding. There's a tour each hour where 4pm is usually the last tour (average $16). What you don't expect is really how much they really show you around Fenway! If you're lucky, you'll get to also go on the field, dug outs, and visitor's changing room. You'll also be able to go check out the stands along with the Green Monster seats. Anyone wants to go to media box? You got it on this tour!I never felt rushed on the tour and they allow you plenty of time to take photos. It's really a joy going through this historical site, so do it and thank yourself later. Cheers!
Even if you despise the Red Sox, you have to take in a game at Fenway if you are there in season and they are playing. The whole experience is unique even if you've been to other ballparks. Whether you enter on Yawkey Way or Lansdowne Street, you will experience local flavor. When you enter, you are stepping into history. Take some time to look at the exhibitions they have inside before getting to your seat.A couple of pro tips: Seek out the giant Fenway Dog- this big tube of meat is actually quite tasty. Also, pass the usually, crappy beer choices and find Green Monsta IPA. You will thank me.
A Boston tradition! Many of our guests stay aboard and catch a game down at Fenway. Your trip to Boston isn't complete without a Fenway Frank and seeing the Green Monster. There are multiple transportation options for getting into Kenmore square from the boat, and none of them require you to use your car. Leave it secure in the free spot at the marina, take the free water taxi into downtown and then hop on the T, Total time for the trip is about 30 minutes, and at around $2.00 for the T pass, it is definitely the cheapest way to get to the action.
If you're looking to spend a night out in Boston, Cheering on the Red Sox at Fenway is the ultimate way to capture the spirit of Boston. Whether it's the 1st or 100th game you've been to, The excitement of being at Fenway is timeless. Whether it's date night, a family outing, or friends getting together to watch the sox and drink a few beers, Fenway has it all. Just be sure to check the weather & dress accordingly! This IS New England after all...
For anyone with even a passing interest in baseball (or the Americana that the sport neatly encapsulates), a visit to the old Fenway Park is like a visit to one of Europe's great churches. Richer in history and tradition than virtually any other ballpark in the USA, it's the perfect place to spend a summer afternoon or evening, drinking beer and eating hotdogs and soaking in the atmosphere of this quintessentially 'Boston' place.
Go the Distance.......And to quote Moonlight Graham - "You know we just don't recognize the most significant moments of our lives while they're happening. Back then I thought, well, there'll be other days. I didn't realize that that was the only day"So don't pass up Fenway Park. It's where one of my baseball dreams came true. But Wrigley will get you to heaven faster!
Having lived in New York for the past seven years and having roommates that were giant baseball fans I wasn't sure about going to Fenway. Turned out I had a great time even though the Red Sox may not be the team I always root for. The energy of the crowd was magnetic and it turned what would have been a so-so game into a truly entertaining time.