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Catch a Game at Fenway For An Iconic Ballpark Experience

Home of the World Champion MLB's Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is one of the most beloved spots in Bean Town. It is the oldest Major League ballpark in the country, hosting the Red Sox for 107 years since its opening day in 1912. In addition to baseball games, Fenway plays host to many special events including summer concerts, behind-the-scenes park tours, and live shows. As one of Boston's premier entertainment venues, the park is filled with New England spirit, coining Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" as the parks theme song. Fans can score same-day tickets or buy in advance to experience Fenway's intimate atmosphere. Take a tour of the legendary ballpark and check out some of MLB's Hall of Fame right in downtown Boston.




Box office hours: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 5 pm. Tours run daily from 9 am - 5 pm. Park opens two hours prior to game times.


Ticket prices vary.


  • Monster Mash
  • Billy Joel
  • Red Sox Games


  • Baseballs Games
  • Concerts
  • Special Events
  • Dining
  • Shopping
  • Park Tours
  • Hall of Fame


  • What’s the Green Monster?

    Iconic in every way, Fenway Park's Green Monster is a nickname given to the massive 37.2-foot high left field wall, just 310 feet from home plate. A popular target for right-handed hitters, the Green Monster has been autographed by celebrities and draws attention to this already legendary ballpark.
  • Is Fenway Park the oldest baseball stadium?

    Yes, Fenway Park is indeed the oldest Major League Baseball stadium in the nation and has been the home of the Boston Red Sox since opening day in 1912. With over a century of baseball games to fill the stadium, Fenway has also hosted many star-studded performances over the years.

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