Fenway Park

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by jpeterson424 on September 24, 2005

Fenway Park, the most famous American ballpark, is definitely a must see when traveling to Boston. Fenway is still an amazing place to see a baseball game. With the addition of the Monster seats and other new seating locations, there are still new experiences for even those who have been visiting Fenway for decades.

Since the Red Sox were taken over by their new ownership group, Fenway has become even more fan friendly. With the new seating, additional concessions, and a new attitude, the Red Sox organization have made Fenway an even better experience.

This trip was the first to Fenway for half of our group so it made it even more exciting than usual. They got the same feeling that most Fenway fans have, the sheer amazement that virtually nothing has drastically changed since the early 20th century. The seats still face in awkward directions and aren't the most comfortable, the signage in each section looks as if its still the original, but it all contributes to the atmosphere that makes Fenway special.

Every baseball fan should take advantage of the opportunity to visit Fenway. Its one of the few great parks that still exists, and the experience alone is worth the price of admission. You'll never truly understand what it is to be a Boston sports fan, or a true Red Sox fan, until you've experienced Fenway Park.

Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, Massachusetts
(617) 482-4769


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