Enjoy touring a classic American baseball stadium.
Fenway Park is America’s oldest baseball park and is home to the Major League Boston Red Sox baseball team. After years of planning, the Red Sox team owner hired a team to construct Fenway Park, and it has been an iconic baseball park in Boston since 1912. The first official game happened on April 20, 1912, against the New York Highlanders team.
Visitors can come and take guided tours here any day of the week. Regular tour times start every hour on the hour between 9 am and 5 pm. Winter hours run from the beginning of November to the end of March from 10 am to 5 pm. On game days, the last tour leaves 3 hours before the scheduled game time. These public tours take an hour to walk you through the park, and the guides will tell you the history behind the park and some of the players who have been on the Red Sox team. If you want to plan an exclusive private tour for your group, you can choose to do that as well. There are also quick 15-minute tours available for those who are short on time. No matter the weather, Fenway Park tours are available daily year-round.