Before you go

Be a Boston Red Sox Fan at Fenway Park

Red Sox baseball isn't just a sports game - it's a way of life for Boston locals. Feel the undeniable excitement at a home game at historic Fenway Park, the oldest ballpark in America. Score a cold beer and a "Fenway Frank" hotdog from your seat. Do the wave.
Sing "Sweet Caroline" with rowdy fans in the middle of the 8th inning. Games at the Red Sox stadium almost always sell out, so buy your tickets and stay near all the action.


Prices -

 $10 and up

Hours -



  • Red Sox Games
  • Fenway Gridiron Series
  • Irish Festival


  • Major League Baseball
  • Stadium Tours
  • Concessions & Dining
  • Ballpark Bars
  • Pre-Game Activities
  • Concerts


  • Which T stop is closest to Fenway Park?

    Red Sox stadium is just one block away from Kenmore, a T stop on the Green Line. From there, exit the station by following the signs for Fenway Park. Turn left on Commonwealth Avenue and then left again on Brookline Avenue. Fenway Park is just over the bridge. Alterative: just follow the crowd.
  • Are there restaurants near Fenway Park?

    • There are many cool restaurants right near Fenway Park that you can walk and cab it to. For hungry Red Sox fans, here's some food for thought:
      • Pick up a loaded burrito at El Pelon Taqueria and you'll have money left over for beers in the ballpark.
        • Hojoko serves quick izakaya cuisine and Wagyu burgers.
        • Grab a sandwich at Green Dragon, where early American plotted a revolution.
        • After the game, continue the victory party (or drown your sorrows) with a fried bologna sandwich and a mason jar of moonshine at Loretta's Last Call. 

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