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- General Info:
- Hallowed ground to baseball purists, this cozy, quirky park has been the Boston Red Sox home field since 1912. The most distinctive feature of this classic baseball park is the 37-foot-tall left field wall, known as the "Green Monster."
- Extra Phones:
Executive offices: (617) 226-6000
Stadium Tours: (617) 226-6666
Special Events: (617) 226-6791
Fan Services: (617) 226-6831
- Sports Entertainment, Events & Function, Fenway Park Tours, Rental Facility, Promotions, Giveaway, Video,
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- Fenway Park
- West Fens, Fenway - Kenmore - Audubon Circle - Longwood
Boston Red Sox
- Baseball Clubs & Parks, Stadiums, Arenas & Athletic Fields
- Other Information:
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
07/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
For members of Sox Nation, as far as sports-watching experiences go, arguably nothing could compare to actually being able to see the team live in this historic green monster of a ballpark surrounded by thousands of other Sox-crazed fans. The beer is expensive, the seats aren?t always comfy and not all views of the game are great (especially from the outfield), but Fenway is home for Sox fans and nothing can match the electricity of being at the ballpark on game day? especially when the Yankees are in town.
05/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We attended the May 20, 2008 game at Fenway. We always park in the lot closest to the park (at the end of Yawkey Way), and have never had a problem. However, this time the parking lot attendant waved us in, yet wouldn't take our cash (even though we had our arm out the window with cash in hand as we pulled in), and all he said was ""you need a permit"" but he waved us in. He then turned his back to us and approached the driver of the car behind us, and we had nowhere to go, but straight ahead into the lot. After parking, we approached him to try to pay him again, but he now said (for the first time), you have to move your car or you'll be towed. I was with a 5-year old who wears orthopedic braces and has difficulty walking and asked him where else we might park, and he ignored us several times, then started shouting ""I'm busy, I'm busy, can' you see I'm busy - I have work to do"". He appeared to be very stressed out and irritated and treated many patrons rudely. We tried to talk to him several times, but he kept ignoring us (all the while continuing to yell at other patrons who were trying to park). He eventrually extened his hand and said ""Just pay me $30 and then move your car to another spot), which we did, but his attitude was way out of line. Don't know if he is a subcontractor who works at the lot or if he is affiliated with the Sox of Fenway in any way, but this man should definitely NOT be the first contact that fans have when they arrive at friendly Fenway. A Fenway or Sox administrator should casually hang around that area prior to the next game, and they will assuredly witness firsthand what I'm talking about and witness his extremely rude behavior.
04/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I like Fenway but the people that worked there were entirely out of line and made me embaressed to be a red sox fan. I was refused service and refused help, and was robbed by actual employees which made me regret the entire experience. To make matters worse I spent 20 minutes trying to find a way to contact fenway park making the entire experience that much worse. Now, I have to spend my Monday I usually spend working, trying to replace my stolen ATM card that was taken by an employee. I suggest you find better ways of serving Fenway costumers.