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INFO Fenway Park, the legendary home to the Boston Red Sox, is packed tightly into Kenmore Square in Boston, Massachusetts. Along with Wrigley Field, it is one of only two “classic parks” still in use, referring to the era... ... read more

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Dropkick Murphys Perform at Fenway Park - 2010 NHL Winter Classic (HD)
Dropkick Murphys Perform at Fenway Park - 2010 NHL Winter Classic (HD)
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Sweet Caroline At Fenway
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Dream On - Aerosmith Fenway Park 2010
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Fenway Park - Concert Venue | Stadium in Boston.

Fenway Park, the legendary home to the Boston Red Sox, is packed tightly into Kenmore Square in Boston, Massachusetts. Along with Wrigley Field, it is one of only two “classic parks” still in use, referring to the era of ballparks built at the turn of the 20th century. Erected in 1912, the stadium is the oldest in Major League Baseball, and is the cornerstone of Boston’s century-old love story with America’s pastime. Thanks to its die-hard fanbase, the team’s recent success, and its small stadium size, Fenway boasts an unimaginable record for most consecutive sold out games, with over 700 between 2003-2012.

The ballpark only holds 37,000 people, making it the fourth smallest stadium in the league, and even this number is thanks to recent reconstructions. Because of its location in a dense neighborhood, the challenges of expanding the stadium resulted in unique kinks in design that defined its character, including the Green Monster that looms over left field, the Triangle in center field, and Pesky’s Pole.

Fenway’s long history has seen the play of baseball legends like Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson and Ted Williams. Along with Red Sox games at Fenway Park, which have included their winning World Series campaigns in 2004 and 2007, it has held NFL games, soccer and hockey matches, political campaigns, and regularly holds concerts for bands capable of selling out the venue, such as Bruce Springsteen, Aerosmith, and The Rolling Stones.

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Good Times Never Seemed So Good
Alyssa G. Jul 23, 2013
Somewhere between your first Fenway Frank and the 8th inning laced with the sounds of "Sweet Caroline," you fall in love with Fenway Park. The sport itself takes a backseat to the rich history that has built a legacy of legends, triumphs, and milestones in the unforgettable city of Boston. Some come for the crowd, some come for the baseball, some come to take their kids, and some just come to get a wave started in the stands. But everyone comes for a reason, and everyone leaves wanting to come back again--regardless of the final score. There is a reason why you're told that a trip to Boston isn't complete without a trip to Fenway. It is the mecca of pride for a city that has proven to the world that it really is "Boston Strong."
Beantown Baseball
Licia C. Jun 10, 2013
If your from Boston you have been to Fenway at least once in your life, if not YOUR MISSING OUT . When your there you don't know whether to pay attention to the actual ball game or the guy in front of you 10 beers deep screaming out his hatred for the Yankees . You've got a crowd full of hotdog eating, beer slurping Bostanians screaming out for their home team in their thick accents . The pride in their city is remarkable . The foods priced a little high but you have to pay the fee for a quality time right ? Regardless of what team your routing for stop by just to get a taste of the beautiful Fenway atmosphere.
America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Meagan M. Jun 5, 2013
You don't have to be a Red Sox fan to fall in love with Fenway Park, although it would certainly help. The enthusiasm and team spirit is nearly palpable as soon as you approach. Between the thick accents and proud fans, you can quickly see why Fenway exemplifies the spirit of Boston. This is where young children experience their first baseball games and become Red Sox fans for the rest of their lives, sometimes being lucky enough to inherit the coveted season tickets. Of course, you can't forget the traditions at Fenway such as the 7th Inning Stretch and singing "Sweet Caroline". Whether the Sox win or lose, the fans are there to support them. The food is pricey, but it's worth it for the full Fenway experience.
Fenway: A Relic of American Culture, and a Wicked Good Time
Lisa H. Apr 10, 2013
Walk down Yawkey Way before a game and listen to the hum of excitement echo off the worn, brick walls. Taste the grilled peppers of an italian sausage and pick out your favorite player's jersey before you walk in through that big green gate. Coming out into the stands, the park hasn't changed much over the years thanks to a very unique architect. The Green Monster looms in the skyline, right next to the John Hancock sign - brightly lit as the sun goes down. The seats are small, but keep that historic feel. This is not just a ballpark - it's a museum. A museum full of heartbreak and victories - and the best part about a Sox game are the fans. Diehard in all extremes, the current of energy through the crowd is intoxicating. From the bleachers to the boxes, eyes are on the field (even when catching a fly ball...or a bag of peanuts - yes they still throw them) This is a park where Grandparents came as children, bring their children, and bring their grandchildren. Though it is getting expensive to go to a game (that is what happens when World Series rings are present), this is not just going to a ball game. It is the essence of Boston culture; wrapped up in perfectly groomed turf, and walls that could, and do talk if you take the time to let them.
7th Inning Stretch
Naomi M. Apr 1, 2013
I am a fairly new baseball fan but I have always considered myself a Red Sox fan. My Grandmother is a die hard Sox fan and so is my husband. I had never fully understood the draw of the diamond until my husband took me to my first Red sox game at Fenway Park! In a word it was "Magical!" Not only does it have the nostalgia of the old ballpark, but it also has all the updates of the present. Since my first time at Fenway, I have been a few times since then and I've been fortunate enough to sit in many different areas of the park. No matter where you sit you have a good view, but my personal favorite is the sky box! My husband and I had been invited to a game by a coworker of my husbands who had a sky box rented for a game. It was so cool! The food and seating were amazing and the view of the game, either on the big screen TV inside or out in the regular seating, was fantastic! So to anyone who wants to experience a baseball game, not just go to a game, You MUST go to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park! The Classic baseball park!
It's Not Just a Baseball Mecca
Mike V. Mar 27, 2013
Let's get a couple of things out of the way; I was bred to hate the Boston Red Sox. I'm Mike Viso and I'm a New York Yankees fan. Whew, glad to get that off my chest. Now I'm going to disappoint my family by saying this: GET TO FENWAY ASAP. There's a little something for everyone. Don't just focus on the baseball aspect. The food, the scenery, the beer! It's like if baseball, history and a topnotch dining had a passionate affair and produced a little spot in Fenway called the Bleacher Bar. Located in left field inside the famed Green Monster, this little slice of real estate brings worlds together. The field level view is second-to-none. As you peer onto the blindingly green and perfectly manicured field to watch some of the world's best athletes, you can grab a beer and burger that even Gordon Ramsay would approve of. My day started with a Heinken--you have to wake up the taste buds--and moved to a Sam Adams Summer Ale as my cheeseburger arrived. My favorite thing to do with a new food spot is try a cheeseburg because it's the easiest to make but the hardest to make right. As I bit into my slab of meat trepidatiously, I felt my disdain for the Boston organization melt away in a nirvana-like moment. It's as if a magic combination of Sam Adams and perfectly cooked medium burger with fresh tomato, crispy lettuce and slightly grilled onion melted into provolone cheese exercised demons of baseball seasons past. It was in that shining moment I knew that I could stamp my approval for Fenway Park. I hope that you do the same.
Beautiful Ballgame
Rebecca M. Mar 13, 2013
I have never been a huge baseball fan. But living in Boston I always knew I should be. Over the Summer I went to a game in Fenway Park. Fenway Park is one of the greatest baseball stadiums I can possibly imagine. If the vibrant green grass of the fields isn't enough to keep your eyes staring at the field the stadium size and cheering certainly will. The scent of hotdogs and beer will make your stomach turn but you won't want to take your eyes off the game to go grab something to eat. The atmosphere is nothing but pure happiness. You can feel the dedication from Red Sox fans from any seat in the stadium. My experience there was fantastic and I hope to go watch the Sox win again soon!
A Day at Fenway
Jaimie A. Feb 28, 2013
Baseball was my Grandfather's favorite sport. He grew up in Boston and help season tickets to Fenway. From the time I was little, I always pictured Fenway as a place from a fairytale. It wasn't until my Grandfather passed away that I was able to attend and appreciate Fenway, but i am glad I waited. From the moment I walked through the gates, the smell of fried food, noisy cheers and yells, and a feeling of excitement overwhelmed me. Fenway is magical. I loved every minute of it. The smaller intimate stadium, local fans and food complete the whole experience. Whether the sox win or lose, the feeling is almost the same. The food, atmosphere and seating pretty much anywhere in the stadium all provide a top notch experience I recommend to anyone of any age.
Jake H. Feb 7, 2013
While at a game a while ago it seems apparent that this place still holds true to being one of the best baseball stadiums of all time. What makes the appeal so worth while would be a couple of things. The first aspect of the stadium everyone should enjoy would be how the entire structure looks. Examine the entire place because of its close historical connection to Boston it makes it one of the best places to be. Although the prices of hot dogs and beer are little on the high side you go there to sit back and enjoy the game.
Not a baseball fan but excellent park
Paige M. Feb 5, 2013
I've only been to one Red Sox game, but it was hands down the most exciting sporting event I've ever been to. The energy in the crowd is like nothing you'll ever see--Red Sox fans don't mess around when it comes to their team. Even if you've never been or aren't from Boston area, the overall upbeat vibes are contagious and you're guaranteed to have an amazing time. The lighting is amazing, and the history of the park is so interesting and even just walking around the place is a good time. Overall awesome experience. The beer and hot dogs are phenomenal as well.
Excellent venue for *all* occasions - not just sports!
Anna Y. Jan 4, 2013
Though I've never been to a traditional sports game at Fenway, I've attended both a Boston Pops concert of classical music and Roger Water's (of the original Pink Floyd) "The Wall" tour and enjoyed them both immensely. The seating is convenient and the lighting at night makes it pleasantly difficult to distinguish between night and day, illuminating everything that happens on the field. The historic vibe of the field and the love felt by all towards the Green Monster is contagious!
Great park!
Claire M. Dec 12, 2012
I'm not a Red Sox fan, but Fenway Park is great! I've been to a few games, all with amazing seats, although I don't think there really is a bad seat in the house. Having celebrated the 100 years of Fenway this season, the stadium has great history! I think the size helps since it's not a massive park no seat is too far away, and you can find seats for certain games at really reasonable prices. Also, every area seems to have it's own atmosphere and Boston fans are ridiculous. Do yourself a favor and wear neutral colors or be a fake fan for the day to avoid getting harassed!
Awesome historic park
Jody P. Dec 2, 2012
I didn't get to go to a game at Fenway Park but I did get to see it. Apparently it is pretty difficult to get tickets without paying a fortune. But it was really fun to walk in while there was nothing going on and check it out. Fenway is the oldest ballpark in major league baseball and it definitely has that old school vibes. I almost felt like I was on the set of field of dreams. This is a great piece of Americana that you definitely need to see while in Boston. And if you can actually get to a game, that is even better!
Take me out to the ball game!
Elizabeth K. Nov 14, 2012
Fenway is the center of Boston life. Bostonians live for their sports teams, especially the Red Sox. Fenway is the oldest ballpark in the country and you can feel the history as soon as you get there. It's very diverse filled with businessmen with their clients to celebrities like Ben Aflek to drunk sweaty men spilling their beers on you. There's nothing like a baseball game at Fenway. It is such an experience and one you cannot come to Boston without having. Seventh inning stretch with Wally, "take me out to the ballgame" and "sweet caroline" is just part of the many cultural traditions you can find at Fenway! You need to check out Fenway!!
A must for sports fans, and really anyone in Boston
Jayson M. Sep 5, 2012
I will preface this by saying I am not a huge sports fan. But the history of this place alone warrants a visit. Come relish in the Curse of the Bambino! Sling some Green Monsta beer! Say hello to Teddy Baseball! This is a pretty much the Vatican for Boston baseball fans. Red Sox are gods, and even if it’s pouring rain, you’ll see people of all walks of life smiling and laughing and cheering on their boys. It’s kind of addictive, really. And then some wily old lady will tell me about how she has been coming here every year since she was 4. And we’ll share a fabulously good hot dog. And I’ll buy her a beer and she’ll finish it in half the time it takes me. And she’ll point out how that scoreboard has been there for almost as long as she has. The Ted Williams Museum is super cool, I geeked out a bit. And I didn’t even know who Ted Williams was when I went in. Yeah, I am that guy. Whatever you do, however, don’t park here. It’s ridiculous. Like $50 or something.
If you go to Boston, make sure to make a trip to Fenway Park!
Jonathan K. Aug 23, 2012
I went to Fenway Park a few days ago during my first trip to the East Coast. WOW! First off, the stadium is 100 years old! It is the only baseball park in the US that still keeps score manually. When you sit and watch the Red Sox play, you can't help but get caught up in all the energy and excitement. Boston fans are so passionate about their sports teams and they want to make sure you KNOW it. Grab yourself a Boston beer and a hot dog and get lost in the history and passion that is Fenway Park.
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