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Tips from locals
Whether you are a Red Sox fan or not, experiencing Fenway is a must. If you had the opportunity go see a game. The atmosphere, fans, and food bring out the best in Fenway. If you cant catch a game, then go take a tour. Seeing the Green Monster in person is worth every penny.
Must Stop at Fenway Park for a Ball Game , if you cant do that atleast get a ballpark frank !
Visit the oldest ball park in America. It’s a landmark. Watching a Redsox game is an experience you wouldn’t wanna miss!
Not everyone is aware that Fenway Park offers tours for people visiting the ballpark. This guided tour offers you insight to the history of the ballpark as well as a chance to walk on the field.
Catch a game or just enjoy the area. The Fenway exemplifies what a sports town should look and feel like.
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