"Fenway Park should be high on..." Fenway Park Tip by dinhyen

Fenway Park, Boston: 53 reviews and 129 photos

  TA was all smiles as Tampa was beating Boston
by dinhyen

Fenway Park should be high on your list, even if you're not a baseball enthusiast. It's the oldest major league baseball stadium in the country, being built in 1912, and unarguably the most venerable. Not so surprisingly, it's small, the facilities are primitive, the seats are uncomfortable, not to mention some sections are blocked by support columns. But ask any Red Sox fan and they'd swear that it's the best stadium in the world. Ask any baseball fan and they'd know what the 'Green Monster' is. You often see on TV rows and rows of empty bleachers at baseball games. Not here, this place is always rocking regardless of whom the Sox is playing; the atmosphere here is oftentimes rowdy and rarely matched anywhere else. This is it, the Mecca of the national pastime where every true fan should pay homage at least once in their lifetime. The Sox hasn't won the pennant in forever, okay since 1918, but this could be their year. I know, everyone said that last year too, but one can always hope.

Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Directions: Lansdowne Street. Kenmore or Fenway stop on the Green Line.
Phone: 877-REDSOX9
Website: http://www.savefenwaypark.com

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Oct 5, 2002
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