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Fenway Park In Boston - Home of the Red Sox

See the Boston Red Sox swing for the Green Monster as they play the top teams in the American League at the iconic Fenway Park. The nation's oldest and most historic ballpark, Fenway Park, has been the home field of legends of baseball, including Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, and Babe Ruth. An indelible part of the city's fabric, Fenway Park has hosted the World Series 11 times, with the Red Sox winning nine championships. Located in the heart of Boston near Kenmore Square, Fenway also offers walking tours of America's Most Beloved Ballpark.
Fenway Park of Boston, Massachusetts

Fenway Park

4 Jersey Street, Boston, Massachusetts
Distance from hotel: 5.46 miles

Plan Your Visit


  • Daily from 9 am - 5 pm.  Last tour departs at 5 pm on non-game days.  On game days, the last tour departs 3 hours prior to game time.


  • Adults, $25
  • Children 12 and under, $17


  • Boston Red Sox games
  • Run to Home Base 
  • Fenway Swing Golf Experience
  • High School Football 


  • Boston Red Sox games
  • Stadium tours
  • Concerts
  • Festivals
  • How many species of plants are at the Public Garden?
    The Public Garden features several greenhouses that hold more than 80 species of plants grown by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. The majority of these plants are eventually planted in the Public Garden or at more than 50 other locations around the city. With 24 acres of rare plants, flowers, statues and artwork, The Public Garden offers an array of scenic fascinations.
  • Is the Boston Public Garden free?
    The Boston Common, Public Garden, and the Commonwealth Avenue Mall are all free to the public and open 365 days a year. There is no parking in the Public Garden, so you'll have to pay for metered street parking.
  • Was the Boston Public Garden the first garden in the country?
    Yes, the Boston Public Garden was the first botanical garden in America. It was established in 1837.