Fenway Park Tour

Fenway Park Tour

Fenway Park Tour

Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox, is one of the most famous baseball stadiums and well-known even to non-sports fans. Even baseball fans who do not particularly care for the Red Sox have Fenway Park on their bucket list of things to see before they go. That should tell you a lot about Fenway even before you step onto these “hallowed” grounds.

Fans of the team will enjoy the talk of the tour guides who love to tell stories about the team and it’s much loved or hated rivalry with the Yankees. The stories are often funny to hear and they make the tour even more fun to experience. Guides will share stories of the History of the Red Sox and reveal the mystery of the “Red Chair” high in the nosebleed seats. The tour will include an opportunity to sit in the 90 year old original seats while the guides regale visitors with their stories.

When you arrive for your tour that starts at the fan store located across the street from the park you will begin an hour long journey that will include stops at the visitor’s locker room, Press Room, visitor’s dugout, and the wood deck. You will also get to sit in the seats located above the “Green Monster” and hear stories about it and the manual scoreboard below you. If you are lucky enough to be there during batting practice you may get a chance to catch a ball or a player may throw one up into the seats.

Get your tickets for tours at the Fan Store on the same day or in advance. There is limited space for these very popular tours so you are advised to get your tickets in advance if at all possible. Ticket prices are:

$16 per person
$12 for Students
$14.95 for RSN Members, who will get a buy one, get one free pass offer
Free with Go Boston Card
$20 for Batting Practice Tours.

Group tours require a reservation, but they are priced well at $12 for adults and $8 for kids, so a group of 10 or more people can get in at a pretty good price. There are also special package plans to check out for your special life events, like birthdays and educational prizes. Tours are blacked out a several days in 2013, so it would be wise to check for these days before your planned visit.

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