The Boston Red Sox schedule packs in 80+ exciting home games at Fenway Park between April and September.
If you're visiting the city during baseball season and want to experience real Boston culture, come to a Red Sox home game at Fenway Park.
Getting to centrally-located Fenway Park is a breeze, even if you're unfamiliar with Boston - just walk or take the T (Boston's subway). You'll find directions below.
As you approach the ballpark, you'll smell the Fenway Franks sizzling on the grills, see Red Sox banners spanning the streets, and feel the excitement of the crowd - Red Sox Nation!
And once you enter the stadium, the real fun begins!
With three World Series victories during the past decade, the Red Sox are on a roll - so don't miss the chance to see them play!
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Indulge your passion for baseball by going to see the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
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If you're coming to a Red Sox game, spend the night or the weekend at one of the nearby hotels, such as the hip Verb Hotel, next to Fenway Park:
More top hotels near Fenway Park:
- By subway: Green Line B or C/Kenmore
- By train: Commuter Rail Worcester Line/Yawkey
- By foot: Fenway Park's central Boston location means you can get there easily by walking, especially from the Fenway and Back Bay neighborhoods
- By taxi: The area around Fenway Park gets congested before and after games. Bostin Insider Tip: Take a cab to a nearby location, such as Eastern Standard Restaurant on Commonwealth Ave, and walk the final few blocks to the ball park.
- By car: Parking near Fenway Park is a hassle, and also expensive. If you don't mind paying $45-$55, you can check out garages and lots near Fenway
When the Red Sox are out of town, Fenway Park hosts some of the biggest concerts of the summer. Don't miss the chance to enjoy top acts when America's most famous ball park transforms into a concert stage: