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- 98%Local Culture
- 94%History Buffs
- 80%Family Travelers
- 63%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 56%Business Travelers
- 56%Art & Design Lovers
- 55%Adventure Travelers
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- Fenway ParkMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersHistory BuffsAdventure TravelersAug 09, 2014
Historic Fenway Park is an attraction worth seeing whether you're a diehard Red Sox fan or not. Be sure to try a famous Fenway Frank while you are there!Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesGreen TravelersLuxury TravelersJul 08, 2014
Even if you despise the Red Sox, you have to take in a game at Fenway if you are there in season and they are playing. The whole experience is unique even if you've been to other ballparks. Whether you enter on Yawkey Way or Lansdowne Street, you will experience local flavor. When you enter, you are stepping into history. Take some time to look at the exhibitions they have inside before getting to your seat.
A couple of pro tips: Seek out the giant Fenway Dog- this big tube of meat is actually quite tasty. Also, pass the usually, crappy beer choices and find Green Monsta IPA. You will thank me.Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkMay 21, 2014
If you're looking to spend a night out in Boston, Cheering on the Red Sox at Fenway is the ultimate way to capture the spirit of Boston. Whether it's the 1st or 100th game you've been to, The excitement of being at Fenway is timeless. Whether it's date night, a family outing, or friends getting together to watch the sox and drink a few beers, Fenway has it all.
Just be sure to check the weather & dress accordingly! This IS New England after all...Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkJul 05, 2012
Rather than review this monument to great baseball, let me tell you a story. I was fourteen and visiting Boston for the first time. My father and my uncle took me to Fenway. We walked up to the ticket office at the front of the park and asked if there were any seats left for the game. The woman started to shake her head and then my uncle said, "this kid's favorite team. He's never been to Boston before." She looked at me, standing behind my dad and my uncle and looked down at her desk. "Let me see what we can do. I think we might have....something." She sticks her hand out of the ticket window. She's holding three tickets. "Here ya go." She smiles. "that will be $55.50." Three tickets eight rows behind home plate. Roger Clemens is pitching against the Baltimore Orioles. I sat there the entire time. I never even left to pee or get a hot dog. It was the greatest baseball game of my life. Highlight: Clemens walks Ripken, Jr. and brushes him off the plate on the final pitch. Ripken, Jr. tosses the bat a little bit towards the mound and Clemens walks off the mound and picks up the bat for him, walking over to him and tosses it behind Ripken, Jr. They were hot at each other. The crowd went nuts! Go to Fenway if you want to see a game.Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Jan 22, 2014
Home of the Red Sox!! Almost enough said. Truly, it's expensive, but then so are they all and it is a great day out of if you have any enthusiasm at all for baseball.Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkAmbassadorOct 14, 2013
You can't visit Boston during baseball season without seeing the Red Sox play at Fenway. They've squeezed seats in everywhere here, but even behind some of the old, obstructed-view seats, the crowd get everyone singing "Sweet Caroline." Go Sox!Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkOct 22, 2013
You can’t visit Boston without stopping by Fenway Park! It is truly a remarkable experience for every member of the family. Whether you have the time to hang out for a baseball game, take a tour, or only a small amount of time to drive or walk by, it is the pinnacle of Boston and a must-see for your trip.Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkOct 20, 2013
Even as a NY Yankees fan, I can say that there is something magical about Fenway Park. It is one of the few ballparks in the country that maintains its old charm and makes you feel like you're stepping back in time to enjoy a good ol' ball game. If you're in Boston in the summer, you can't miss a visit to Fenway.Recommended for:
- Fenway ParkMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4Jul 28, 2014
One of the most historic ballparks still around! Red Sox games are always fun, and there are a ton a sports bars right near the park if you can't get a ticket to the game.Recommended for:
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- Fenway ParkMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6Jul 04, 2012
Go the Distance.......
And to quote Moonlight Graham - "You know we just don't recognize the most significant moments of our lives while they're happening. Back then I thought, well, there'll be other days. I didn't realize that that was the only day"
So don't pass up Fenway Park. It's where one of my baseball dreams came true. But Wrigley will get you to heaven faster!