Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts

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Fenway Park

4 Yawkey Way

Boston, MA 02215

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(617) 226-6666

http://www.redsox.com/

  • 3 mentions in Visiting Boston with children, what activities would they enjoy?

    • Claire W.

      Claire W. said, "...is Kid Heaven. You can walk the Freedom Trail and visit the Boston Common If your timing is right, go to Fenway Park to see the Red Sox. I just looked at the MBTA maps and you can get to Salem (Massachusetts)..." See More

    • Nars K.

      Nars K. said, "...Science 3) Faneuil Hall Marketplace (dozens of food stalls) 4) Educational 2.5 mile hike of the Freedom Trail 5) Tour the Fenway Park 6) Boston Duck Tours for fun Boston insights, great views of Boston and the lovely Charles river 7) Whale..." See More

    • Cara H.

      Cara H. said, "...Boston is a very friendly city for kids I would also recommend the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, tour of Fenway Park and walking around Harvard Square. The aquarium offers great whale watching boat tours. Be sure to rent bikes to..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Labor Day weekend in Boston- what to do outdoors?

    • Marsha M.

      Marsha M. said, "...outdoor activities, there is always The Freedom Trail and the Boston Common with its swan boat rides. Sports wise, there is Fenway Park, Boston Garden, and Gillette Stadium. Harvard Square has some nice boutiques, cafes, and bars. Copley Square and the..." See More

    • Allison S.

      Allison S. said, "...out to the Boston Harbor Islands National Park and spend the day tossing the frisbee and hanging in the sun. Finally-- Fenway Park. No better outdoor venue than that. Check this out too: http://www.thrillist.com/drink/boston/the-13-best-new-patios-in-boston Have a blast!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Nice, centrally-located hotels in Boston

    • Andrew Z.

      Andrew Z. said, "...expect of a Four Seasons with a hint of Boston flair. The Eliot Hotel is chic and elegant and closer to Fenway Park. Plus Clio and Uni , two of my favorite restaurants, are just downstairs...." See More

    • Trevor M.

      Trevor M. said, "...take public transportation to get where you want to go. If the main purpose of your trip is to go to Fenway Park, and if it's very important that you stay right nearby, then The Eliot Hotel and Hotel Commonwealth are..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What should I see in Boston in two days' time?

    • TJ T.

      TJ T. said, "...Follow the Freedom Trail, it's painted on the ground and takes you on a great walking tour. Don't forget about Fenway Park and maybe Harvard...." See More

    • Annemarie D.

      Annemarie D. said, "...I agree with TJ on Fenway Park. They give tours that take you around historical aspects of the park (including swag from when the Mets beat them in the '86 World Series -- a personal favorite moment of mine!). You also..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Day Trip: NYC to Boston

    • Noah L.

      Noah L. said, "...rent bikes. I'd day definitely stay more than one day. I'd reccomend 3! A trolley tour, a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, Freedom Trail, mosey around Cambridge (Massachusetts)/Harvard SquareSkip Faneuil Hall: tourist trap...." See More

    • Krista G.

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      Krista G. said, "...good mealA visit to the top of the Skywalk ObservatoryA Red Sox game if you can manage - the atmosphere of Fenway Park is like no otherFaneuil Hall MarketplaceOn the Freedom Trail, King's Chapel is the oldest burial ground in Boston. You..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Boston?

    • Katherine B.

      Katherine B. said, "...End - Trendy and more residential. This neighborhood probably has the best restaurants. Fenway/Kenmore - Not too much here other than Fenway Park and the Berklee College of Music. It also borders the The First Church of Christ, Scientist. Charlestown - This..." See More

    • Paul F.

      Paul F. said, "...walk to the city or you could use the public transportation to get downtown. This area is also very close to Fenway Park and the Kenmore Square area of Boston. If you truly want to stay in the central part of Boston,..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are 5 things Boston is known for?

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...chowder and oysters. 2. The North Endand the requisite Italian meal you must have 3. Freedom Trail 4. Faneuil Hall 5. Fenway Park And a Red Sox game...." See More

    • Daniel C.

      Daniel C. said, "...Salem, too, for even more unique history. You can take a train there very easily. 2.) Sports - Red Sox at Fenway Park. Bruins and Celtics at TD Garden. But you can watch the game at just about any bar in..." See More

  • 1 mention in What should I do/see/eat in and around Providence in 48-72 hours?

    • Annemarie D.

      Annemarie D. said, "...it, so hoardes of weekenders will be there any second! As for Boston, I'm not really a fan, unless I'm at Fenway Park, but nearby Henrietta's Table that I have drive 3.5 hours from New York just to dine at. Locally..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good restaurants in Boston

    • Andrew Z.

      Andrew Z. said, "... Fenway Park is one of my favorite ballparks in the country. The lights, the Green Monster, it's just fantastic. Before the game, you should try to stop by the vendors on Lansdowne Street for an Italian sausage. They're made on flat griddles..." See More

  • 1 mention in How much time should be spent exploring Boston + surrounding areas?

    • Derrick B.

      Derrick B. said, "...I would visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and Fenway Park on my first day , Then early next morning head for Hyannis and Martha's Vineyard . Overnight there, thenuse the next tthree days to visit the museum,Woodstock (New..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the can't miss things to do in Boston?

    • Jacqueline P.

      Jacqueline P. said, "...A few different things: Fenway Park tour is great even if you're not a red sox fan, a lot of fun history and a neat park. The Mapparium at The Mary Baker Eddy Library is practically a secret, I know almost no..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is the Boston Freedom Trail worth a visit?

    • Alex L.

      Alex L. said, "...you should use the extra time to visit the places off the red-brick route worth any Boston visitor's time. These include Fenway Park (for the sports fan), the Museum of Fine Arts and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (for the art lover), and..." See More

  • 1 mention in A nice restaurant to taste some of BostonĀ“s traditions?

    • Kelly R.

      Kelly R. said, "...baseball fan then the Bleacher Bar is great! Food is okay but you can sit near a window and look onto Fenway Park! Different rules apply when Red Sox games are playing so check before going...." See More

  • 1 mention in Boston area hotels close to the T ?

    • Kate R.

      Kate R. said, "...Hi Terri! The Courtyard Boston Brookline is 20 feet away from the Green Line and an easy walk to Fenway Park. In Brookline, you'll be surrounded by great casual restaurants and cafes - great for starting the day before hitting Boston..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good things to do & hidden gems in NYC, DC, Boston & Philadelphia?

    • Rick M.

      Rick M. said, "...Take the tour at Fenway Park You won't be disappointed! There is also a great BBQ restaurant, Sweet Cheeks Q within walking distance from the ballpark. Awesome food..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to go on the East Coast of the United States?

    • Jacey & Scott M.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...do great tourist stuff too, like Faneuil Hall, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and if the season is right- Fenway Park. If you are into US history, there is a line painted right on the streets/sidewalks for you to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in Boston?

    • Krista G.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Krista G. said, "...the North End. Treat yourself to a slice of pizza or cannoli at Mike's Pastry :)Walk the Freedom TrailSee Faneuil HallSee Fenway Park- depending on the time of year, you can buy tickets to tour America's most loved ballpark. See the..." See More

  • 1 mention in I will be staying a few weeks in Boston. Would you recommend Salem?

    • Janna B.

      Janna B. said, "...do and see so you should spend as much time as possible in the city and surrounding areas. You can't miss: Fenway Park, Newbury Street, Cambridge, Faneuil Hall Marketplace...." See More

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