Plan Your Trip to Fenway Park

Fenway Park

Capacity: 37,493     Opened: 1912


Fenway Park is baseball’s oldest ballpark and Red Sox “chowder head” fans are among the most passionate in sports. Ship.Me.Up.To.Boston.

What makes this stadium unique?

Nicknamed “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark,” Fenway blends in with the surrounding Kenmore neighborhood. So well in fact, when Roger Clemens arrived in Boston in 1984 he didn’t realize he was at the stadium until his cab driver pointed to the lights. The park’s most prominent feature is the just over 37 feet wall nicknamed the Green Monster in left field. Seating is available on top of the Green Monster and it is a good place to catch home runs from right-handed batters. Behind the “Williamsburg” section in right field is the lone red seat that signifies the longest home run hit in Fenway to this date (502 feet) by none other than Ted Williams himself. Not hard to miss in the sea of green before a game. Both foul poles are named after former players. The left is Fisk Foul Pole and the right is Pesky’s Pole. Before the game stop by the Red Sox Hall of Fame behind the EMC club to see some of the most memorable moments in this club’s storied history. Yawkey Way (by Gates A-D) is an extension of Fenway Park on game days. Get to the park when it opens to enjoy live entertainment, concessions, and Autograph Alley!


Dining and Nightlife

  1. The Bleacher Bar

    The Bleacher Bar

    82A Lansdowne Street
    Boston, MA


    The Bleacher Bar is an inside the park home run. No ticket, no problem! Fans can still enjoy the game action through the tinted glass. Be sure to get here early, it fills up fast!
  2. Church


    69 Kilmarnock Street
    Boston, MA


    Have a confession? Make it over a cocktail. Choose from one of the Seven Deadly Sins or from a large selection of beer and wine. The local New England cuisine is well priced too.
  3. Boston Beer Works

    Boston Beer Works

    61 Brookline Avenue
    Boston, MA


    Beer and love are the main themes at Boston Beer Works. Find an array of specialty beers and foods that are certain to delight. The s’mores pizza is a favorite, complimented perfectly with a milk chocolate stout.
  4. Jerry Remy’s

    Jerry Remy’s

    1265 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA


    Home of the Screen Monsters, this sports bar is sure to delight any sports fan. The food is very affordable, with plates in the $9 – $20 range.
  5. Cask’n Flagon

    Cask’n Flagon

    62 Brookline Avenue
    Boston, MA


    Cask’n Flagon is the hometown bar every town needs. Burgers, wings, and pizza head the lineup for the menu. Affordable prices and drink specials are always served.



Parking next to Fenway Park is fairly expensive ranging from $9 with a ticket to $60. Public transportation is a much easier alternative for fans. For fares and routes of buses, the subway, and the commuter rail, visit MBTA website.


Weekend for Two
Ramada Inn Boston (2 Nights) $318
Tickets (2 Bleacher Tickets) $50
Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Boston Beer Works: 2 Cups Boston Clam Chowder, Vegetarian Beer Works Chop Chop Salad, Dreaded Green Monster Sandwich)
Saturday Lunch (Cask’n Flagon: Fire Grilled Vegetable Wrap, The “DH” Sandwich)
Saturday Dinner (Jerry Remy’s: The Remy Burger, Ty Cobb Salad)
Pre-game at The Bleacher Bar (Bucket of Ponys)


1 Day Subway Passes (2) $18
Total $500

*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.


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