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Fenway ParkBoston Red Sox

4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA, 02215

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    Historic Fenway Park is home to Major League Baseball’s Boston red Sox. The Park opened in 1912 and is the oldest stadium in all of baseball. The park has been renovated and expanded a number of times, resulting in unique and quirky features that make it the most distinct park in baseball. The park is nestled in the dense Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood in Boston. It’s most famous feature is the left field wall, known affectionately as The Green Monster. The wall is just over 37 feet high and sits 310 to 315 feet from home plate. The scoreboard located at the base of the wall is manually updated during games. In recent years, terrace style seating has been added at the top of the Green Monster Wall. Another unique feature of the park is a lone red seat located in Section 42, signifying the longest home run ever hit in Fenway. The honor belongs to Ted Williams who smashed a 502 foot homer in 1946.

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    History

    The first game at Fenway Park was a Red Sox 7-6, 11 inning win over the New York Highlanders in 1912. Coverage of the game was overshadowed by bigger news of the day- the sinking of the Titanic. The hand-operated scoreboard was installed in 1934. Upper deck seats were added in 1946 and arc lights were installed in 1947.

    Venue

    • Fenway Park
      4 Yawkey Way   Boston, MA 02215
      Call at (617) 226-6666

    Venue Details

    • 1912
    • Boston Red Sox
    • Outdoor
    • Osborn Engineering
    • Yes
    • Left Field
    • Yes
    • Located at gates B, D and E
    • Natural Grass
    • 37493

    Dimensions

    • 310Ft
    • 379Ft
    • 420Ft
    • 380Ft
    • 302Ft
    • 1stBase
  • ATMs

    • Gate A, D, E
    • On big concourse
    • State St. Pavilion

    Gates

      • Yes
  • Parking:

    • On Brookline - Trinity Garage

      • $30.00
      • No
    • Boston University Commonwealth - General

      • $15.00 - $30.00
      • No
  • Tickets

    • Dugout Box: $274.00 - $328.00
    • Pavilion Club: $170.00 - $220.00
    • Green Monster: $165.00
    • Boxes: $90.00 - $137.00
    • Reserved: $75.00
    • Right Field: $50.00 - $52.00
    • Bleachers: $30.00
    • Standing Room: $25.00 - $35.00

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  • Merchandise:

    • Team Store

      • Across street on Yawkee Way
      • -
    • Standard Concessions

      • 13 locations throughout
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  • Policies

    General Info

    • N
    • All Items Subject To Search
    • N
    • No smoking

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • Permitted. Must be handheld. Game play footage prohibited.
    • Prohibited
    • Permitted. Must be soft sided.16x16x8" maximum allowed
    • Permitted. 16x16x8" maximum.
    • Permitted. Must be factory sealed, clear plastic bottle.
    • Permitted
    • Permitted

Average Fan Ratings

  • Ratings: 5

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    • Fenway Park, an older but remodeled venue has a certain charm and appeal. But it has limitations as well. It's extraordinarily crowded. The aisles, the concessions, the washrooms are packed to the brim. The fans are pure Red Sox. In fact insane Red Sox su
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    • Pros of the ballpark: The atmosphere was amazing. It was my first time at Fenway and it was great. After hanging out at the pub right behind the "green monster," tossing back what else but the local libation favorite libation Samuel Adams you just have a twenty feet walk right through the sea of Red Sox nation till you get to the entrance. Once you get in its almost like any other great baseball sporting event. If you are one of the lucky ones and are able to attend highly sought after three game series with the Yankees, then the intensity of Fenway Park is even greater! The game that I caught was against a 2002 game against the Mariners. Once you make your way to your seat, you're just amazed with how intense Red Sox fans are about their team. There were many fights and drunk people getting crazy everywhere and people just going nuts about anything. Not matter where you're sitting, Fenway is definitely a must visit ballpark. Cons of the ballpark: At the time I went, security was really tight. And maybe it can get annoying when there are constant fighting going on during a game. During the game that I went to there were five fights. Security was just nuts that night. Additional Comments: If you're planning on seeing a game at Fenway there are couple of things that you have to do prior to and after the game. First make sure you get to Fenway atleast three hours before game time. Before the game, head over to the pub that sits directly behind the Green Monster. You can't miss it. That bar is just filled with nothing but Red Sox memorabilia so if you hate the Red Sox this is definitely not the pub for you. After the game is over, make sure you don't make any plans because all you need for a awesome night is all right there. There are tons of clubs right down Fenway as well as some kick ass bars. There is one mini brewery that is adjacent to Fenway and is definitely the worst place you could even think about going. There local concoction consists of water down beer laden with raisins. Trust me, this is just absolutely freakin' terrible. Other than that, the place is a pretty nice place to hangout at. But just remember that there are just a ton of things to do around that area. Plus if you're hungry there are fastfood restaurants just right around the corner.
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    • So it was just okay
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    • The oldest major league venue lives up to it's storied history. A trip to Fenway brings back stories of the past mixed with a pleasant updating of the present. The fans are just what you expect, strong, vocal and passionate. The best word you can use to describe the setting is intimate. Fans here have a relationship with the game, the players and the venue. Concessions are good. Value is fair. But overall an outstanding place to view a game.
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