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Fenway Park

Enjoy America’s favorite pastime by catching a baseball game at the iconic Fenway Park! Since Fenway’s opening in 1912, the Boston Red Sox have called the field their home and played dozens of iconic games there. With great student ticket offers and it being an easy walk from campus, heading to Fenway Park should undoubtedly be on any husky’s to do list!

Catching a Red Sox game at America’s oldest baseball field still in use can be incredibly affordable when you’re a Northeastern student! Standing room tickets are only 9 dollars and can be easily purchased online here or in person at the ticket window at Gate E. Keep updated on all the special student ticket offers Fenway has by signing up here. There are also other opportunities that Northeastern offers for discounted or even FREE tickets to games, so keep your eye out!

Not a huge baseball fan? No need to worry – Fenway offers so much more than just that! If you’re interested in a slice of Boston history, catch a tour. Take a one hour walk through the stadium with an experienced tour guide and learn all about Red Sox legends, the famous Green Monster, and other fun Fenway facts! Tours are $20 and can be scheduled here.

Fenway also hosts a variety of other events and sports games. Since 2010, it has hosted both college and professional hockey teams for yearly games known as Frozen Fenway. You can see artists such as Lady GaGa and Billy Joel perform at Fenway in the next few months (full Fenway concert schedule here). Fenway has also hosted professional soccer games, public ice skating, and other similar activities. No matter your interests, Fenway really has something for everyone and is a can’t miss Boston landmark!