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4 Yawkey Way Boston, MA 02215
4 Yawkey WayUSMassachusettsBoston02215
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Historic, small-capacity ballpark, home of the Red Sox & occasional big-name concert venue.- Google
"Home of the best Baseball team ever, the Boston Red Sox."
"In very cold 2013 winter, Fenway park stadium tour was very good time."
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Gus Velazquez
2 months ago
Nice place, the smell is a bit odd. Doc Crocker's place is nice, though the price is a bit steep. The Dugout Inn is pretty cheep, beds are uncomfortable, but provides good cover against Radiation Storms. The Wall keeps the Raiders out which is nice. All and all, a nice place to settle down, even though I'm not that Type. More of a Wanderer myself. Anyway, Diamond City is a great place.
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Walter Greaney
in the last week
America's most beloved ballpark for a reason. more magical than disney world. only place i 'd willingly spend a day's worth of my salary on boiled hotdogs, watery bud light, and peanuts
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Will Anderson
a month ago
If you are a fan of Baseball you should plan a trip to visit Fenway Park. You can feel the history and the passion for the Red Sox everywhere in the park. Take a ballpark tour. The guide was very interesting and you could tell he loved his job. After the game go over to Cask 'N Flagon for a few beers.
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Evan Ball
2 months ago
It's Fenway. There's not much else to say. If you're here for a game, you have to try a Fenway Frank. Seating behind home plate is a bit crowded, but...they are the oldest seats in the MLB. The Fenway tours are not much to talk about compared to other Major League stadiums. If you do take a tour, make sure you select the tour where you get to go on the field. Don't buy tickets from scalpers. There is plenty of public transportation to the stadium even when there isn't a game.
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Shawn Fenn
in the last week
One of the oldest ballparks in the country. The trickiest grimmick in the stadium is the 37-foot tall wall known as the green monster. You need to hit the ball at a high height to outtake the tall tall. Tickets are a fair price but the food and merchandise are overpriced. The villians are waiting for you here. Enjoy a 3-hour entertainment of baseball and see what it's all about.
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Jennifer Lee
3 weeks ago
First time at Fenway Park. Love the old school feel. We went early and were able to walk down almost all the way to the field and take pictures. For all the visitors from warm weather climates like me, make sure to bring a jacket. It gets chilly once the sun goes down.
Terry Seaney
2 months ago
Hey' it's Fenway..so you take the tight seating, poles obstructing the view, etc and forget about it while you enjoy a baseball game in this magnificent old park. Fun day out for everyone. If you're a baseball fan, you must come at least once. Park far away and take the subway 'cause you are not going to find parking close by!
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Marc Cooper
2 months ago
Beautiful stadium, each has its own charms but Fenway is definitely a classic. Reminds me of many college football stadiums, which tend to have more history than most in pro sports, such as LSU and Cals.