Boston is a sports fanatical city where the passion of the fans is truly replicated and reflected by the on-field/court/ice success. The Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, and Boston Celtics are not only among the most successful teams in their respective sports but all boast incredible histories that have helped to shape the culture and landscape of the city today.
Opened originally in 1912, Fenway Park is amongst the most iconic sports venues in the world. To celebrate its 100th birthday, Fenway was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Despite its status, the park is actually the second the smallest by capacity in the MLB.
Other than baseball, Fenway Park is used as an occasional concert venue, soccer stadium, outdoor hockey arena and host to various political or religious gatherings.
Arrive early! Fenway Park is a truly iconic stadium with plenty to see and do. Give yourself plenty of time to wander around the ground and take in some history before the action starts.
Brush up on your Neil Diamond because the 1986 hit ‘Sweet Carolina’ is belted out in the 8th inning.
If the Sox win, don't rush back in a hurry! The party continues in the local bars nearby. Try Boston Beer Works, Sweet Cheeks, The Bleacher Bar or Eastern Standard
Alcohol sales cease at the beginning of the 7th inning.
Cameras are permitted inside Fenway Park as long as they do not interfere with the visibility of any other attendees and are not used to reproduce the game.
Bigger bags and backpacks will not be permitted. You may bring a ball smaller than 16” x 16” x 8.
Fenway Park has a strict “No Re-entry Policy” for all events.
Children under the age of 2 do not need a ticket to events at T-Mobile Arena so long as they share a seat with a parent or guardian.
If on the Red Line, get off at Park St.
If on the Orange Line, get off at Downtown Crossing and follow signs for the Winter Street Concourse to Park St.
If on the Blue Line, get off at State Street, transfer to the Orange Line toward Forest Hills; then get off at Downtown Crossing, and follow signs for the Winter Street Concourse to Park St.
If on the Silver Line SL1 or SL2, get off at South Station, transfer to the Red Line toward Alewife, then get off at Park St.
If on the Silver Line SL4, get off at Chinatown, transfer to the Orange Line toward Oak Grove; then get off at Downtown Crossing and follow signs for the Winter Street Concourse to Park St.
If on the Silver Line SL5, get off at Downtown Crossing and follow signs for the Winter Street Concourse to Park St.
2) Then take the B, C, or D train to Kenmore
If on the E train, transfer to a B, C, or D train at Copley, and go to Kenmore.
3) When exiting the station, follow the signs to Fenway Park, then turn left on Commonwealth Ave, left on Brookline Ave, and Fenway Park is just over the bridge.
You are permitted to bring your own food and drinks so long that it complies with baggage regulations and cannot be used as a projectile.
The current TD Garden was built in 1995 to replace the outdated Boston Garden which was first opened in the 1920s. TD Garden is home to both the Boston Celtics (NBA) and the Boston Bruins (NHL) as well as numerous different concerts, WWE, UFC and even figure skating.
If you’re planning on drinking, you must bring your passport as international drivers licenses will not be accepted as proof of age. Given the Garden’s prime location, soak up some of the game day atmospheres in the local bars and restaurants. Try Anna’s Taqueria, The Harp or West End Johnnie’s.
Cameras are permitted inside TD Garden as long as they do not interfere with the visibility of any other attendees and are not used to reproduce the game. Tripods, monopods and selfie sticks are not permitted, however.
TD Garden has a very strict baggage policy. Save yourself the trouble by leaving bags at home as the Garden does not off a bag check service of any kind.
TD Garden has a strict “No Re-entry Policy” for all events.
Children under the age of 2 do not need a ticket to events at TD Garden so long as they share a seat with a parent or guardian. Please note that children's shows will require all children to have a ticket.
TD Garden is centrally located and is within walking distance from most city hotels. If you do need to use public transport, the trains can get you right to the arena.
Take the Green or Orange lines and exit at North Station. From North Station, you must cross Causeway Street above ground to access the arena.
Outside food is not permitted at any time unless pre-negotiated with the stadium authority on medical or religious grounds.