Historic Fenway ParkHome to the Boston Red Sox MLB baseball team, this historic ballpark was built in 1912. Famed for its 37-foot-high left field wall, affectionately called the "Green Monster," Fenway has played host to many of the game's most iconic players, including Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and Cy Young. Although the park has added many improvements over the years, the stadium remains much the same as it was when first opened. Today, many fans consider Fenway to be a living history museum and tout it as America's Most Beloved Ballpark.
The easiest and hassle free way to get to Fenway is taking the train. Hotel Indigo is 500 feet from the Riverside T Station and the D line goes directly to Fenway Park.
Prices -Vary based on game day and seat choice.
Hours -Guided tours are offered daily from 9am-5pm. Game days and time vary.
- Red Sox Baseball
- Dream Big! Sports Gala
- Guided tours
- Baseball games
- Kid Nation Clubhouse
- Autograph Alley
- Red Sox Hall of Fame
- Red Sox Team Store