Visit "America's Most Beloved Ballpark" and see America's national pastime at Fenway Park. Constructed in 1912, and rebuilt in 1934, Fenway Park is the most famous ballpark in the country. Cheer on the Red Sox (or their opponents) as you sit atop the famous 37 foot Green Monster overlooking leftfield. It is one of the last ballparks in the country to still use a manually operated scoreboard, giving it that unique continuity with the bygone age of greats like Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson.
Group tours are offered for those larger than 12 people. Batting practice tours are available on game days before the players take the field and birthday packages are also offered with the ultimate package involving trying on player’s uniforms. Take a tour and see the place where the Great Bambino pitched, stop at the Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck, and sit on the Green Monster or in the Left Field Grandseats. See the red seat in right field where the longest measurable home run was marked in 1946. Drop off your young children at Wally's Clubhouse and let them have some fun with Wally the Green Monster, get their faces painted, see a magician, play on a Nintendo Wii, and more. Stop by the Souvenir Shop at Yawkey Way and pick up a baseball cap or tee.
Baseball is a community game, a pastime that spans generations and connects the country the same way soccer connects Europe. Even if you don’t particularly follow the game, you can’t pass up the chance to see the Red Sox play or just simply visit the most famous stadium in the States. Whether you’re in a group large or small, take a tour to get the most out of your experience, see a game and cheer with the local Bostonians as the Red Sox take the field.