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Detail for Fenway Park Tours : Sightseeing
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On game days tours begin at 9am and run hourly up until 3 1/2 hours before the game begins. The final tour of a game day is an abbreviated tour of 45 minutes.
From 9am to 10am tickets are always sold at the Souvenir Shop on Yawkey Way. When the Red Sox ticket office opens up at 10am tickets are sold there for the tours, but if for some reason the ticket office is closed then sales will continue at the Souvenir Shop.
Adults are $12, seniors 60 and over $11 and children ages 3-14 $10. Active military ID also at the $10 rate. - wm, 07/10/2007
Explore 80 years of Red Sox history with an inside look at Fenway Park, including a visit to the Press Level and a walk along the field. Learn about the Green Monster.
All stops are subject to availability. The Dugout and Press Box are not stops on the tour at Fenway. The .406 club is no longer part of Fenway Park, it is now called the EMC club and tours
do not go there either.
The tour does sometimes have warning track access but we only go out there with the permission of the grounds crew. We find out if we have this access every morning.
The standard tour route includes stops at the Budwiser Right Field Roof Deck, The State Street Pavillion, The Green Monster Seats and The Left Field Grandseats seats. The tour lasts one hour long and includes a rich history of the ballpark and team.
On non-game days tours run hourly from 9am until 4pm and depart on the top of the hour from the Souvenir Shop on Yawkey Way. - alotta, 07/10/2007
My husband, niece, her husband and son, and I went to Fenway Park this summer (2002) just hoping to get a glimpse inside. We were thrilled when we found out they were giving tours. The tour guides were excellent: funny, knowledgeable, entertaining. We had a blast and learned more about Fenway Park,the Red Sox, and their history than we had expected. It is well worth the money and will be a fond memory of ours for the rest of our lives. - L Blick, 12/03/2002
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