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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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We did the guided tour which costs $21 for each adult and it was very enjoyable.
The guide was very entertaining and the stories of the oldest ballpark in the US were very interesting. There is a funny story at every turn and great history...More
Took ether tour with friends for my husbands 40th birthday and we all had a blast! Very educational and our tour guide was funny! I am not a sports person but I really enjoyed this tour and learned some neat things! Would definitely recommend!
I wasn’t a Red Sox fan going in but quickly became one after learning the history better and seeing how invested the organization is in keeping that history by not changing to a “bigger and better” stadium. You get to see just about everything on...More
I've previously enjoyed watching a game at Fenway but this was something I've been looking forward to for some time now. The facility itself is so unique but it was the tour guide who brought the history alive and made it entertaining.
The first tour...More
Our guide was very knowledgeable with a good sense of humor. A definite Red Sox fan that knew the history and shared it well. Poked fun at some of the other fans and definitely explained the Yankee rivalry.
I did not know about the red...More
The tour inside Fenway Park and it's history was extraordinary interesting for me, because I have never been to a ball park or ball game before.
I learned a lot about the game of baseball as well as visited a lot of places inside America's...More
This was the first tour we did after arriving into Boston. It had good reviews and family members before us said it was worth it.
We got to the meeting point which was in the team store. When the tour started there was roughly 100...More
My wife and I were on a cruise from NYC to Quebec and Boston was one of the stops. We have been to Boston on several occasions and we wanted to do something a bit different.
Since the Red Sox were out of town we...More
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It's about a half hour - 45 minute walk. Quick ride with an Uber. You could take the T, but I think you'd have to transfer to a bus, not sure how comfortable you are with that. Nice walk, if you choose it. Either way... More
It's about a half hour - 45 minute walk. Quick ride with an Uber. You could take the T, but I think you'd have to transfer to a bus, not sure how comfortable you are with that. Nice walk, if you choose it. Either way, enjoy Friendly Fenway, and Go Sox!