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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
"One of the most thrilling places to see a game even if you are not a Red Sox fan."
"Not a better stadium in Major League Baseball to watch a ball game!"
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Iam Me
a month ago
The basketball here is decent, and it's a cool field. I would have to say the absolute best part of this was the peaches! So good and juicy, oh my god. And when I was leaving a guy offered me a taste test of some guacamole!
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Muneeb Ali
a month ago
Amazing ballpark, I went for a tour and as soon as I got there, I was greeted with a friendly and enthusiastic staff. As we went around the park, we covered about 103 years of history. Being a Red Sox fan, I really loved this place.
4gf Gfd
3 weeks ago
You guys should put a 5 star. Do you know how much money you have to make to do repairs at fenway park? Boston makes so much money because they have sell out games. you guys should appreciation how Boston is trying to keep Fenway Park for over 100 years. Think about this review.
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Julie Moore
4 months ago
Friendly Fenway is exactly what this place is! Home of the Boston Red Sox and located in the heart of the Backbay accessible by auto and train, Fenway Park is one of the most historic ballparks in the US. The cheap seats are in the bleachers which is an adventure in itself, you always seem to make friends with the people sitting around you and that part of the park usually will start the wave. I have been there for Sox games and last summer the Fenway Concert series and saw Zac Brown Band there. Our seats were in lodge 3rd base side which was pretty good the best seat are on that side or on the field. The absolute best seats I ever had for a ball game was on the first base side right next to the Red Sox dugout. I was able to get a foul ball!!! Food prices are expensive and beers start at $8.50. But you can always stop in one of the many food/bars in Kenmore Square and around the park before and after the games. You can not visit Boston and not stop at Fenway Park, take a tour or take in a game you will have a great time!
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Brad Pines
3 weeks ago
Fenway is a memorable park that everyone should go to at some point in there life. The hotdogs (aka Fenway franks) are the best and the vibe inside is unforgettable. It is right in the city and fun to go on yawkey way to get the full experience.only downside it is so old it as alot of blocked views from colums holding up the stadium. But overall there is no park like it and will always be Americas most beloved ballpark.
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JD Goodrich
2 weeks ago
Paaking on Ipswich. Going to the haabah afta the game. Awesome
A Google User
3 months ago
It's a wicked good park and besides Wrigley Field the last of the originals! every chance I used to get when I lived in Connecticut to go I went. I miss going and if I couldn't go at least I would get coverage on NESN. We don't get any of that in Florida unless they're playing Tampa. Everybody who reads this don't move to Florida because the coverage for the Sox, Pats, Bruins, & Celtics SUCKS!
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Ben Koch
3 weeks ago
Great ballpark tour. Lots of great history. Next time I'll plan a trip when the Sox are in town.