Fenway Park Tour
Fenway Park Tour
Back Bay / Fenwayview website
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215+3409
Fenway Park Tour Description
Babe Ruth, The Kid, Yaz. Even if you don't love the Red Sox (no Yankees fans are allowed), taking a look at the oldest Major League baseball park in the country is pretty cool. The tours last about 50 minutes and you get to see as much of Fenway Park as is available on any given day, plus you are regaled with the history of baseball in America, of the Red Sox, and its legendary players. Tours leave from the Souvenir Store across Yawkey Way.
Babies: The tour lasts about 50 minutes, which may be a little much for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
School-Age Kids: If your kid is into sports, definitely check out this tour.
Pre-Teens & Teens: Older kids will enjoy being privy to insider information about the Red Sox. Behind the scenes at the ballpark is cool.
- Arrive early. You need to come 15 minutes before your scheduled tour. Tickets cannot be purchased in advance so during the height of the tourist season, arrive even earlier!
- Bring your camera. You are allowed to take photographs on the tour.
- Check the call line. The information on the phone line is more up to date than what you'll read on the website.
Just the Facts
Hours: Daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fees: $10 - $20
Recommended Time: 1 to 2 hours
Reviews of Fenway Park Tour
By Niniegoddess April 16, 2010
What we loved:
tour guide was great
What we didn't love:
loved it all!
We went the Friday before opening day & all the prep activity made it more exciting. Our tour guide was very laid back. Not full of stuffy facts but like he was having a conversation with other baseball enthusiastswhich he was. My niece 11yrs & nephew 14yrs could not stop thanking me. They absolutely loved it. Read More