Visit the oldest and most beloved baseball park in Major League Baseball! See where Babe Ruth pitched, Ted Williams hit, and Carl Yastrzemski dazzled fans during his career. Enjoy the historic charm of Fenway Park. Sit atop the fabled Green Monster, visit the Fisk Pole and see why Fenway Park is celebrated by generations of fans.
Your knowledgeable guide will entertain you with stories and trivia and take you to areas typically only seen by the press and high rollers.You don’t have to be a baseball fan to appreciate a Fenway Park Tour and the park's historical importance to the city of Boston and all of New England.
Come visit Fenway Park and learn the secrets of the Green Monster- a thirty-six foot, two-inch (11.3 m) high wall that is part of the park’s original construction, and the target of right-handed hitters. The Green Monster is also famous for preventing home runs on many line drives that would otherwise clear the walls of the ballpark.
Since it’s unveiling on April 20, 1912, Fenway Park has been the home of many of Major League Baseball’s record-breaking moments. It is one of the few ballparks in country to still use a manual scoreboard. On your Fenway Park Tour, you will learn about the park’s most notable features, including the Green Monster, Duffy’s Cliff, Pesky’s Pole, Williamsburg, The Triangle, and the Lone Red Seat. Discover the legend and lore associated with Fenway Park and how it was once nearly torn down and replaced by another park.
Fenway Park is more than just the site of Red Sox games. The legendary baseball arena has also hosted the Beanpot, the Boston collegiate hockey tournament, the 2010 NHL Winter Classic and even numerous New England Patriots games in the days when the team was known as the Boston Patriots.
Come take a swing at Fenway Park and maybe, if you’re lucky, you’ll get a chance to meet Wally the Green Monster, who likes to stroll around the park looking for fans. Walk through baseball’s most sacred stadium and feel the magic of the Red Sox, while learning what makes Boston one of the most important baseball cities in the country.
Present your pass at the Gate D ticket booth at the corner of Yawkey Way and Van Ness Street or the main ticket office (located at the corner of Yawkey Way and Brookline Avenue). Your pass is accepted on all standard ballpark tours. Standard tours run throughout the day, but end 3 hours before game time on game days. Please plan accordingly. The Batting Practice Tour, Game Day Premium Tour and Pre-Game Tour are not included. All stops are subject to availability.