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Red Sox Fenway Park Tour Boston

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Red Sox Fenway Park Tour
4 Yawkey Way
Boston
MA
02215
Tel: 617-226-6666

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Visit the park where the Babe pitched, The Kid hit, Yaz dazzled and Ortiz still thrills young fans today. Soak up the rich history; hear the echoes of the past. Visit the Green Monster, imagine being one of the "Knights of the Keyboard" as you see the view from the Press Box, visit the State Street Pavilion Club before strolling around Fenway Park.
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    My happy place.

    But really, Fenway lives up to its reputation as a beautiful, historic, and epic ballpark. You actually can't find a bad seat...everywhere has its charm, each section as a personality. I am partial to Sections 41 or 42 in the bleachers, near some good beer vendors and lots of fun people.

    Go for a tour if you can, especially during the season, and catch the warmups from the top of the Monster. Worth the money. You can't visit Boston and not hit up Fenway Park.

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    Being 6-3 I wish the seats had more leg room, I am literally in pain after watching 9 innings with grandstand seats.

    I wish the prices were cheaper.

    I wish all the seats faced home plate rather than random directions.

    I wish there were less seats with obstructed views.

    I really wish they were building a new park.

    However, I am a die-hard red sox fan and I do enjoy the history of the place and I have fond memories of going to games with my dad when I was little and beeegggggging for a hot dog and ice cream. Along with that Mr Henry and his...Read More

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    I love it here. Maybe it's because I grew up as a Red Sox fan going to Fenway or maybe it's because this park/stadium has more charm and history than any other field in the whole country. It's charming, it's fun, it has a ton of energy, and is just a great place to be to watch the game. I've sat in seats all over the park, and I can honestly say that Green Monster seats are the best! Better than first row behind home plate, first row on Red Sox line, outfield, private box, you name it. But every singe seat is a great place to sit and watch a game....Read More

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    I went to a game in mid-September. Seeing Fenway for the first time was literally a dream come true and if anything it exceeded my expectations. I will never forget the thrill of walking into the park the first time-in the video I took with my phone you can hear me laughing with the sheer excitement. The sense of history blew me away. The first time Ortiz came to bat I thought "OMG he was standing at that plate when he hit the homer in game 4 against the Yankees!" I was on the third base line just a couple rows up from the dugout and I would look...Read More

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    Major League Baseball's most historic park is certainly a place to visit if you have never been to Boston before. For an occasional game, I have no complaints. I have been lucky enough to watch the team from the monster seats and the views from atop the historical green monster are fantastic. The bleacher seats and most other seats also give you a great experience watching our beloved Red Sox. As a taller person, I find the seats at Fenway to be extremely uncomfortable and cramped. They have added cup holders and some nice features over the years,...Read More

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by Sam Melnick

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Being 6-3 I wish the seats had more leg room, I am literally in pain after watching 9 innings with grandstand seats.

I wish the prices were cheaper.

I wish all the seats faced home plate rather than random directions.

I wish there were less seats with obstructed views.

I really wish they were building a new park.

However, I am a die-hard red sox fan and I do enjoy the history of the place and I have fond memories of going to games with my dad when I was little and beeegggggging for a hot dog and ice cream. Along with that Mr Henry and his ownership group have done a wonderful job trying to update the park and get the most out of a 90 + year old stadium (golf clap for you sir) Therefore I cannot give it anything less than 3 stars.

I love the place and I love the sox, but I would say anyone giving it 5 stars is a crazed fan-boy who ignores the truths of the place, a midget, someone very rich, or a tourist whose only been the Fenway once.

by Nathaniel Gopen

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I love it here. Maybe it's because I grew up as a Red Sox fan going to Fenway or maybe it's because this park/stadium has more charm and history than any other field in the whole country. It's charming, it's fun, it has a ton of energy, and is just a great place to be to watch the game. I've sat in seats all over the park, and I can honestly say that Green Monster seats are the best! Better than first row behind home plate, first row on Red Sox line, outfield, private box, you name it. But every singe seat is a great place to sit and watch a game. Even if you hate baseball, it's all about the camaraderie and spending time with your friends and the fans. So go with people you like and you'll have a great time!!

by Dan Sprague

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I went to a game in mid-September. Seeing Fenway for the first time was literally a dream come true and if anything it exceeded my expectations. I will never forget the thrill of walking into the park the first time-in the video I took with my phone you can hear me laughing with the sheer excitement. The sense of history blew me away. The first time Ortiz came to bat I thought "OMG he was standing at that plate when he hit the homer in game 4 against the Yankees!" I was on the third base line just a couple rows up from the dugout and I would look at left field and think " Ted Williams played right there!". If I had a dime for every time I said to myself "I can't believe I'm here" I'd have...well, I'd have a helluva lot of dimes, ok? Other stuff- it was cool seeing the 'red seat' and I loved the 'Teammates' statue outside expecially since the book about them is one of my favourite all=time baseball books. Finally, the staff and ushers were wonderful and seemed genuinely pleased to welcome a first timer. One last thing, I am 6'6" and I'd heard the seats are really tiny so I was concerned about that but no problems. I was very comfortable. As you can obviously tell, I had a fantastic time and I can't wait to go back.

by Josh Trubow

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Major League Baseball's most historic park is certainly a place to visit if you have never been to Boston before. For an occasional game, I have no complaints. I have been lucky enough to watch the team from the monster seats and the views from atop the historical green monster are fantastic. The bleacher seats and most other seats also give you a great experience watching our beloved Red Sox. As a taller person, I find the seats at Fenway to be extremely uncomfortable and cramped. They have added cup holders and some nice features over the years, but I still can't stand the seating. The price to enjoy a game has also been a pain point, as tickets are some of the most expensive in the league, and the food and drinks are highway robbery. That being said, the stadium is fun when the team is playing well and watching a game with good company never gets old.

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