Fenway Park

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Fenway Park
Opened:
April 20, 1912
Capacity:
37,731
Division:
AL East
Opened:
April 20, 1912
Capacity:
37,731
Home Dugout:
Third Baseline
Visitor Dugout:
First Baseline
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Entry policy

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Covid updates for 2021

Masking is encouraged.

Mobile tickets.

Cashless retail and concessions.

Enhanced sanitization & safety protocols.

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Outside liquids

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You are allowed one sealed 16oz plastic bottle of water.

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Outside food

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It seems like you are not allowed to bring in outside food.

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Bags/backpacks

Bags will not be allowed at Fenway Park, with the exception of medical items and diaper bags.

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Ballpark food and drinks

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Yankee Lobster

Gate D Concourse, Pavilion Level, Jersey Street - Serving up a couple types of lobster rolls.

Aramark Test Kitchen

Big concourse - Features a rotating menu depending on trends with what people are buying, some of the options include Lager-infused or brown sugar glazed bacon-on-a-stick, smoked chicken quesadillas and lobster Poutine Stak

Fenway’s Rooftop Farm

Big concourse - A great vegetarian option with a build your own salad bar

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Gameday

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Things to see and do

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