From the South of Boston:
Take I-93 towards Boston. Exit on Southampton St (Exit 16.) Turn left to join Mass Ave at Malnea Cass Blvd. Turn left on to Cass Blvd. Turn left on Tremont. Take the next right on Ruggles. Continue through Fenway St. to Park Drive, and turn right on Boylston St. or Brookline Ave. to find game parking.
From the North/East of Boston and Logan Airport:
Use the Sumner Tunnel Route. Take the Logan exit to Sumner Tunnel/Route 1A to Boston. Get on the I-93 North ramp at the end of the Sumner Tunnel. After just a quarter mile, take the Storrow Drive exit. Continue on Storrow Drive west to the Fenway exit, and turn right on Boylston for game parking.
From the North:
Take Route 1 South, and cross the Mystic Bridge. Exit to Storrow Drive. Continue on Storrow Drive west to the Fenway exit, and turn right on Boylston for game parking.
From the Northwest:
Take I-93 to the Storrow Drive West Exit. Exit to Storrow Drive. Continue on Storrow Drive west to the Fenway exit, and turn right on Boylston for game parking.
From the West:
Take I-90 (Mass Pike) East. Exit at Cambridge tolls, and proceed towards Cambridge. Turn right on to Storrow Drive East before crossing the river. Continue on Storrow Drive to the Fenway exit, and turn right on Boylston for game parking.
The largest parking area is the Prudential Center, with 2,000 spaces. There are multiple entrances to the Prudential Center.
However, there areplenty of paid parking available nearby in numerous small lots. Fees range from $16.00 - $50.00 USD, with most being around $30.00 USD.
There are plenty of ways to get to Fenway Park using the MBTA. Go to their website to plan your trip.
A single red seat marks the longest home run ever hit at Fenway, when Ted Williams sent a ball 502 feet, striking a spectator in the head.
Children 2 and under don't require a ticket.
Fenway Park has nine big rules they'd like you to follow. As stated by Fenway Park, here they are:
Leading off, please avoid balls in play.
Second, never trespass onto the field.
Third, drink responsibly.
In the clean-up spot, help keep Fenway Park clean.
Fifth, watch your language.
Sixth, respect all other fans.
Seventh, keep cell phone conversations private without gestures to attract attention.
Eighth, sit only in your own seats.
And in the ninth spot, do not smoke in Fenway Park.
There are 5 ATMs located on the premises. You can find them near Gates E, A, and D, on the Big Concourse, and on the State Street Pavilion level.
Beer is available for sale at Fenway Park. Sales stop 2.5 hours after the game begins, or earlier if so decided by the Director of Security and Emergency Services.
No bags bigger than 16"x16"x8". Hard-sided coolers and glass containers are never permitted.
You can bring your camera and video camera, but they're not allowed to be used to record the game, or interfere with other fan's enjoyment.
Be courteous with your cell phone use.
You can find a wide variety of concessions available in Fenway Park.
You can find the Official Red Sox on Yawkey Way, right across from the park. Store hours are 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Eastern time, seven days a week, and of course during games.
You can find additional stores inside the park, as well. If you can't make it to the park, you can shop online.
If you have a medical emergency, treatment is available at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center First Aid Station, which can be found on the right field line near Section 12.
There are a few things it's best to leave at home.
There's no re-entry for any reason.
In addition to restrooms throughout the park, there are premium seating restrooms and family restrooms.
Fenway Park can accomodate 37,493 fans.
You can pick up will call tickets 1.5 hours before the game starts. Head to Gates A, B, C, D, or E, or use the kiosks in the ticket office lobby. You will need a photo I.D.