Fenway Park is always a popular Boston Attraction but now that Boston Red Sox have won their first World Series at their home park since 1918, even more fans are hoping to visit. Fenway Park, which was completed in 1912, is the oldest MLB park still in use. In 2012 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places and, for some hardcore fans, it is a place of pilgrimage. Fenway Park offers several Tours to fans.
Where: 4 Yawkey Way Boston, MA 02215
This is the most popular Tour at this Boston Attraction. The Public Tour includes a 60-minute guided look behind-the-scenes at the Park. Cost is $16 per person.
This exciting Fenway Park Tour gives fans the chance to watch their favorite players take part in pre-game batting practice. You’ll meet Wally the Green Monster, the Red Sox mascot, and watch batting practice from atop the real Green Monster. Cost is $30 per person.
The Sunday Premium Tour at Fenway Park includes the chance to meet Wally the Green Monster and take your photo on the Park’s warning track.
Birthday Tour Packages:
Birthday Tour Packages give young Red Sox fans the chance to celebrate at Fenway Park. Two different packages are available and may include cake, a private room, batting practice in the Red Sox player’s batting cage and a Fenway Park Tour.
Note that for most Tours tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Some Tours are only available on game days and others only on non-game days.