Fenway Park is the home ballpark of the Boston Red Sox and is one of the oldest and most iconic ballparks in the country. It opened in 1912 and has been home to the Red Sox ever since. The ballpark is known for its distinctive “Green Monster” left field wall, which is one of the most recognizable features in all of sports.
Over the years, Fenway Park has been the site of many historic moments in baseball history, including Babe Ruth’s pitching debut, Ted Williams’ final game, and Carlton Fisk’s famous “walk-off” home run in the 1975 World Series.
A National Historic Landmark and a beloved cultural Boston icon, the stadium is accessible by T or a quick Uber ride.