Fenway Park, Boston MA

Fenway Park, Boston MA

Fenway Park

is located in Boston MA and is the home of the Boston Red Sox. Opened in 1912, it is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium currently in use, and is one of two “classic” ballparks still remaining – The other being Chicago’s Wrigley Field. Among the best known stadiums in the world, it became the oldest stadium used by a professional team in any sport in the USA after the demolition of Chicago’s Comiskey Park in 1991.

Because of the ballpark’s age and location within the Fenway–Kenmore neighborhood, the park has had many renovations and additions over the years not initially planned which has result in some very unique features. Included among them are “The Triangle,” in deep center field,  “Pesky’s Pole” at 302 feet from home plate it is the shortest distance from home plate to right field in the majors, and the most famous quirk of Fenway – the 37′ tall Green Monster in left field. The Red Sox have sold out every home game since May 15, 2003 and in 2008, the park sold out its 456th consecutive game which broke the Major League record. To celebrate this accomplishment, the Red Sox thanked all Fans in attendance by giving out giftsFenway Park Fenway Park, Boston MA to everyone who attended the game.

Fenway Park also hosts concerts, soccer, political and religious campaigns, and has hosted the NHL’s Winter Classic in 2010 between the Boston Bruins and the Philadelphia Flyers. Fenway is also host to Frozen Fenway; which is an annual series of NCAA hockey games played on a temporary rink set up on the field. Fenway was also the home of the Boston Redskins of the NFL and Boston Patriots of the AFL.

 

Location: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Massachusetts 02215

Capacity: 37,493

Opened: 1912

Field Surface: Natural Grass

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Fenway Park General Venue Information

**WARNING**: Some seats are OBSTRUCTED VIEW. Please read all seating descriptions carefully!! 

Directions

FROM SOUTHERN HIGHWAYS (95, RTE 1) AND MASS PIKE:
Use Massachusetts Turnpike Extension/Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
– At I-95/Route 128, go North or South (depending on approach route) to I-90 East Massachusetts Turnpike to Boston.
– Exit at Cambridge tolls and proceed towards Cambridge.
– Turn right onto Storrow Drive East before crossing the Charles River.
– Continue on Storrow Drive East to the Fenway exit.
– Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
– Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.

FROM SOUTHERN HIGHWAYS (24, RTE 3):
Use I-93/Cass Boulevard:
– After reaching Route 128/I-93, proceed on I-93 towards Boston to the Southampton Street Exit (Exit 16).
– Turn left, continue to join Massachusetts Avenue at Melnea Cass Blvd.
– Turn left onto Cass Boulevard.
– Turn left onto Tremont Street.
– Take next right onto Ruggles Street.
– Continue through Fenway Street to Park Drive.
– Turn right onto Boylston Street or Brookline Avenue for game parking.

FROM NORTHERN HIGHWAYS (95, 128, RTE 1/1A):
Use Route 1/Mystic Bridge/Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
– Shift from I-95, Route 1A, and Route 128 to Route 1 towards Boston.
– Cross Mystic Bridge and take exit to Storrow Drive.
– Continue on Storrow Drive West to the Fenway exit.
– Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
– Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.

FROM NORTHERN HIGHWAYS (RTE 3, 93):
Take I-93 to Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
– Shift from Route 3 to I-93, or continue on I-93 past I-95/Route 128.
– Continue towards Boston on I-93
– Take exit for Storrow Drive West.
– Continue on Storrow Drive West to the Fenway exit.
– Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
– Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.

FROM EAST OF BOSTON:
Use Sumner Tunnel (Rte 1A)/Central Artery/Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
– Take Logan exit to Sumner Tunnel/Route 1 A to Boston.
– Take I-93 North ramp at end of Sumner Tunnel.
– After only 1/4 mile, take Storrow Drive exit.
– Continue on Storrow Drive West to the Fenway exit.
– Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
– Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.
OR
Use Congress-Summer Street/I-93 South/Cass Boulevard:
– From South Boston or Ted Williams Tunnel, take Congress Street past Seaport Hotel.
– Turn left onto Summer Street.
– Just past South Station, turn left onto the Surface Artery.
– Proceed south to I-93.
– Continue on I-93 South to Massachusetts Avenue exit.
– Take Massachusetts Avenue exit.
– Continue straight onto Melnea Cass Boulevard.
– Turn left onto Tremont Street.
– Take next right onto Ruggles Street.
– Continue through Fenway Street to Park Drive.
– Turn right onto Boylston Street or Brookline Avenue for game parking.

Parking

Parking is extremely limited around Fenway Park. The Red Sox strongly encourage all fans to take public transportation to the game. A very limited number of handicap parking spaces are provided by the City of Boston on Lansdowne St. on a first-come, first-served basis.

Bus parking is also very limited. For information, please call 877-REDSOX9 or visit the directions section on redsox.com.

Public Transportation
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION RECOMMENDED!!! 
Take the Green Line to the KENMORE stop using any Green Line train, except the E. If on the Green Line D branch, use the FENWAY stop.

The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) provides numerous convenient ways for Red Sox fans to get to Fenway Park using public transportation. The Red Sox strongly encourage all fans to take public transportation to the game.

Tickets

Game DayA limited number of tickets for that day’s game are sold at Gate E on Lansdowne St beginning two hours prior to game time. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. Fans may assemble in line beginning five hours prior to game time. Fans must remain in line to participate in the game day purchase opportunity process. Fans are not allowed to hold spaces in line for other fans. Fans will be required to enter the ballpark immediately upon purchase at Gate E. Consequently, a one ticket limit is set for game day sales.

Ticket Office

The Red Sox Ticket Office, located at 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215, is open the following hours during the baseball season: On non-game days (excluding holidays), Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is open on all game days from 10 a.m. to one hour after game time.

Will Call

Will call tickets are available beginning 90 minutes prior to games at Gates A, B, C, D, or E or by using the kiosks in the Ticket Office Lobby, Gates B, D and E. Fans are required to show a photo id when picking-up their tickets. No third party ticket drop-offs are accepted.

Accessibility for Disabled Fans

All gates around Fenway Park are handicap-accessible. Gate D has three elevators and Gates B and E have one elevator each available to fans who require them. Grandstand wheelchair ticket holders should enter through Gates D or E.

Wheelchair Access

All gates around Fenway Park are handicap-accessible. Gate D has three elevators and Gates B and E have one elevator each available to fans who require them. Grandstand wheelchair ticket holders should enter through Gates D or E. Wheelchair escorts are also available at the Gate D customer service booth.

Elevators

There are three elevators at Gate D that provide accessibility to all levels of the park. Gate B has one elevator that provides accessibility to the Deep Right Field Grandstands, the Right Field Roof Deck and Right Field Roof Boxes. A new elevator located between Gates A and E provides accessibility to all levels on the Left Field side of the ballpark.

Escalators

There is an escalator located at the 20 Yawkey Way entrance servicing the EMC level, and an additional escalator from the EMC level to the State Street Pavilion.

Alcoholic Beverages

Sale of beer at Fenway Park is stopped two and a half hours (150 minutes) after the start of the ballgame or earlier at the Director of Security and Emergency Services’ discretion.

Non-Alcohol Sections

Fans may purchase tickets on a first-come, first-served basis to the CVS Family Sections located in Grandstand Sections 32 and 33, which are designated alcohol-free areas. The Red Sox will strictly enforce this prohibition.

Bags, Containers and Coolers

No bag or item larger than 16″x16″x8″ will be permitted inside the Park. Hard-sided coolers and glass containers are not allowed.

First Aid

Fans with injuries can get emergency treatment at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center First Aid Station located on the lower concourse on the right field line near Section 12.

Children age two and under do not require a ticket for admission.

Re-Entry

Absolutely no re-entry is allowed at Fenway Park. Upon exiting the park for any reason, fans are unable to return.

Rain Delays

In the case of inclement weather, please check http://redsox.com/weather, call 877-REDSOX-9 for any updates, or follow us directly on Twitter @RedSoxWeather.

Smoking

Smoking is not allowed in Fenway Park.

Yawkey Way

Yawkey Way is an extension of the Fenway Park concourse during Red Sox home games and other special events. This public street is blocked off to traffic three hours before game time, and reopens to ticketed Red Sox game patrons once the ballpark officially opens. You’ll find concessions, live music, family entertainment, the NESN pregame show, the official Red Sox Team Store, Autograph Alley, and more. Yawkey Way runs from Brookline Avenue at Gate A to Van Ness Street at Gate D.

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