Regal Fenway

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Regal Fenway
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Tucked just behind Fenway Park, the Regal is a hangout for Mission Hill college students and area families alike, though it still tends to be much less crowded than its multiplex counterpart on the Common.

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Venue name: Regal Fenway
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Address: Landmark Center
Landmark Center, 401 Park Drive
Boston

Cross street: at Brookline Avenue
Transport: Green line to Fenway
Price: Tickets $12.50-$16.50
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