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Fenway Park

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Tour the ballpark
For all you gay sports fans out there, you can learn about the iconic Fenway Park by taking a tour of the grounds. Don't forget to grab a Fenway Frank.


    • ajath
      ajath Over a year ago
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      A ballpark not a stadium
      This past season, one of the Red Sox owners corrected an interviewer by saying Fenway is a ballpark, not a stadium. This is part of what makes seeing a game here so much fun. It's not like Yankee stadium or other stadiums. It's kept it's name, history, by keeping the personality of the park, and the city. You've gotta love a city with it's own language (not just an accent). Even if you don't go to a game, all around Fenway are great bars, food, and in summer, sausage vendors. (oh yeah!).

    • BosGuy
      BosGuy Over a year ago
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      Great tour for sports buffs
      Lasts about one hour and includes a guided walking tour around the ballpark by an official Fenway Park tour guide. The park is as much a part of Boston as any museum and worth the trip if the weather is good and the Red Sox are out of town.