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Boston Baseball Vacation

Explore Baseball in Boston

 

Boston and baseball go together like Boston and clam chowder. While The Curse of the Bambino may be a thing of the past, history is still very much part of the appeal of a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Opened on April 20, 1912, the ballpark has been the home of some of the all-time greats: Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski and Pedro Martinez, among many others. Games against the rival New York Yankees are of course a huge draw, but the stands are filled to capacity on a nightly basis; if you can’t make it to a game, take a tour of the old ballpark for a closer look at one of baseball’s cathedrals.


Popular places for Baseball in Boston

Fenway Park (Baseball Stadium)
4 Yawkey Way   (617) 267-1700
 
Green Monster (General Entertainment)
Fenway Park   (617) 226-6791
 
Game On! (Sports Bar)
82 Lansdowne St   (617) 351-7001
 
Red Sox Bullpen (Baseball Stadium)
Fenway Park
 
Chestnut Hill Reservoir (Lake)
Chestnut Hill Reservoir
 
Franklin Park (Park)
Pier Point Rd
 
House of Blues (Music Venue)
15 Lansdowne St   (888) 693-2583
 
The Baseball Tavern (Sports Bar)
1270 Boylston St   (617) 867-6526
 
The Esplanade (Park)
The Esplanade
 
Fenway Bleachers (General Entertainment)
Fenway Park
 
Cask 'n Flagon (Sports Bar)
62 Brookline Ave   (617) 536-4840
 
The Big Concourse (Baseball Stadium)
Gate B
 
The Four's (Sports Bar)
166 Canal St   (617) 720-4455
 
Teddy Ebersol's Field (Baseball Stadium)
Charlesbank Park
 
The Bleacher Bar (Sports Bar)
82A Lansdowne St   (617) 262-2424
 
Brockton Rox (Baseball Stadium)
1 Feinberg Way   (508) 559-7000
 
McGreevy's (Irish Pub)
911 Boylston St   (617) 262-0911
 
JM Sports Academy (Baseball Stadium)
1245 General Edwards Highway   (617) 777-6258
 
Nickerson Field (College Stadium)
285 Babcock St   (617) 353-4632
 

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