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Fenway Park

Things to do, Sport events Fenway/Kenmore
Fenway Park, Sights and attractions, Boston
Photograph: Elan Fleisher Fenway Park

Time Out says

Seeing a game at Fenway Park has been a rite of passage among most locals since it opened in 1912. The catch? As the oldest ballpark in the majors, it's one the smallest, with a capacity of around 38,000, meaning tickets can be hard to come by for big games. Fortunately, public tours are offered year-round, wowing even non-baseball types by detailing the park's colorful history and intricate details. If you get the chance, take a seat atop the stadium's most distinctive feature, the 37-foot-high left-field wall known as the Green Monster. A smattering of big-name concerts and other sporting events provide additional access to the venue.


Address: 4 Yawkey Way
Cross street: Brookline Ave
Transport: Kenmore T
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