See the hometown Red Sox swing for the fences against the top teams in Major League Baseball, when you visit iconic Fenway Park. The nation's oldest and most historic ballpark, Fenway has been home to legends of the game, including Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski and Babe Ruth. It's also an indelible part of the city's fabric, where the ghosts of baseball past seem to come alive amid a breathtaking backdrop for America's Pastime.
how much is parking at Fenway Park?
Parking fees range from $40+ for game parking rates to $5 hourly rates, depending on the capacity of each parking garage or lot. Guests can also find metered parking on Beacon St. for up to $22 starting at 6 p.m. on game nights.
what items are prohibited from Fenway Park?
Visitors are not allowed to bring the following items into Fenway: bottles, cans, hard-sided coolers, alcoholic beverages, glass containers, firearms, illegal substances, noise-making devices, brooms, sign poles, selfie-sticks, box cutters, knives or tools of any kind.