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About Fenway Park Tours

America’s most beloved ballpark is a must-visit attraction on any trip to Boston, whether you’re a baseball lover, history buff, or architecture fan. Pass holders will get free access to the Boston Red Sox stadium tour. Don’t miss the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at Fenway Park, the famous Boston Red Sox stadium. Locals consider it the heart and soul of the city, and it’s the place where Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, and Carl Yastrzemski led their amazing careers.

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More Information on Fenway Park Tours

On this one-hour guided Fenway Park Tour, you’ll explore the legendary arena and learn about Major League Baseball’s record-breaking moments. It’s regarded as the oldest active ballpark in the majors, an international icon, and one of the few ballparks still to use a manual scoreboard.

Your knowledgeable tour guide will provide entertaining commentary, stories, and trivia as they take you through areas the general public does not see. You’ll tick off Fenway Park’s famous features, including Duffy’s Cliff, Pesky’s Pole, Williamsburg, The Triangle, the Red Seat, and much more!

Tour Highlights

  • Pesky’s Pole – the pole on the right-field foul line. It stands 302 feet (92 m) from home plate, the shortest outfield distance (left or right field) in Major League Baseball. It was named after contact hitter Johnny Pesky.
  • Williamsburg – the bullpen area built in front of the right-center field bleachers, mainly for the benefit of Ted Williams, which is where the nickname comes from.
  • The Red Seat – this seat marks the spot where the longest home run ever hit landed at Fenway Park.

Note: a standard public tour of the ballpark is included in your pass. Your pass will not be accepted for pregame tours or premium tours. Be sure to check the game schedule in advance of your visit.

Important Entry Information

  • Please review the Massachusett’s Covid-19 Travel Order before your visit.
  • Please review Fenway Park Tour’s Security Policies for a list of prohibited items before your visit.
  • Your pass is accepted on all public tours, which run throughout the day but end 4 hours before game time on game days. Please plan accordingly.
  • The Pregame Tour and Day Game Premium Tour are not included.
  • All stops are subject to availability.
  • Public tours operate on a limited schedule during the playoffs. Please contact the Boston Red Sox for an updated schedule.
  • Premium Tours may be available but must be purchased at full retail price through the Red Sox directly.

Address & Contact Information

Fenway Park Tours
4 Jersey St,
Boston, MA 02215

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