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No trip to Boston is complete without visiting Fenway Park, home of Boston’s beloved Red Sox. In keeping with tradition, the Red Sox play at home on Marathon Monday. If you’re planning to stay in town a few days, check the schedule and try to catch a game. It’s the perfect opportunity to experience Boston while staying off your feet. Weather can vary greatly in Boston in April, so aim for an afternoon game and bring layers. Plan to arrive early to grab a beer on Lansdowne street, then walk down Jersey Street (formerly Yawkey Way), which becomes a pedestrian only extension of the park on game day. Once inside the park, take the time to walk through the concourse and admire the history of Fenway. If a game isn’t in the cards, tours of ‘America’s Most Beloved Ballpark’ are both informative and entertaining for all ages. Like most places in downtown Boston, driving to Fenway Park is not recommended. The T, ride shares, bikes, and pedicabs are all great options for getting to and from the park. If you must drive, there are a variety of parking garages and designated lots for game day parking.

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      2 Reviews for Fenway Park

      Dawn

      12 Reviews

      Great tour

      5/ 5

      If you like baseball or not, you must go on the Fenway park tour. It’s so much fun and the history of this park is amazing and its cheap too. Runners can do this before a race or after a race. Its about 60 minutes long.

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      Whitney

      15 Reviews

      Baseball lovers must-see

      5/ 5

      No trip to Boston is complete without visiting Fenway Park, home of Boston’s beloved Red Sox. In keeping with tradition, the Red Sox play at home on Marathon Monday. If you’re planning to stay in town a few days, check the schedule and try to catch a game. It’s the perfect opportunity to experience Boston while staying off your feet. Weather can vary greatly in Boston in April, so aim for an afternoon game and bring layers. Plan to arrive early to grab a beer on Lansdowne street, then walk down Jersey Street (formerly Yawkey Way), which becomes a pedestrian only extension of the park on game day. Once inside the park, take the time to walk through the concourse and admire the history of Fenway. If a game isn’t in the cards, tours of ‘America’s Most Beloved Ballpark’ are both informative and entertaining for all ages. Like most places in downtown Boston, driving to Fenway Park is not recommended. The T, ride shares, bikes, and pedicabs are all great options for getting to and from the park. If you must drive, there are a variety of parking garages and designated lots for game day parking.

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