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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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I am not a Red Sox fan. I am not particualry a baseball fan. But I enjoy iconic insitutions and historic places. So, this I just had to check out. My buddy (a die-hard Sox fan) said it was great, and he was correct. This...More
We got to see the last game of the season. The stadium was full of excited fans even though their team (Red Sox) weren't going to the World Series. They won this game though. It was just great being there.
Friday night Baseball game at Fenway park. We were treated very well by the staff on duty, moving my friend and I to better seats because of my friends bad legs. Good and drink similar to outside the stadium. Only down side, parking costs and...More
I have been a Red Sox fan since I played on the little league juniors team in the 1970s. I have been to Boston often for work but never saw a game at Fenway.
I have ALS and one place that I really wanted to...More
Went to Fenway park with a tour group. Nothing was disclosed that park was being worked on. Construction was being fine everywhere. The tour guide rushed the whole group through and was not very friendly or informative. I was told I should just be happy...More
The Park tour was well worth it. We toured through the entire stadium, to every section where a little bit of its history was given. We sat in the section where the original seats are still being used, up to the section over the huge...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!